Gaming

Video game testing to get back to work and more

In Quebec, more than 200,000 young people aged 17 to 34 are not working, studying or in training. To help them integrate into the labor market, Quebec is investing $10.9 million to support 68 projects, including six in Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean worth $822,000. Among them we find, in particular, the Toxic Actions project, which offers an alternative job with a daily wage, and the Turning 3F project, which wants to organize training for a video game tester.

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