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College Grads Paid to Play Video Games
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College Grads Paid to Play Video Games

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College Grads Paid to Play Video Games

College Grads Paid to Play Video Games
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Fast-growing video game manufacturer Volition, based in Champaign, Illinois, pays recent college graduates — who are also experienced gamers — to test their games. Testing is a first, full-time job for many of the graduates. They are looking for flaws before the games hit the market.

Jeff Bossert reports from member station WILL.

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