A company needs to hire Virtual Reality Engineers when they want to build or improve their virtual reality platform or offerings. A Virtual Reality Engineer is responsible for the vast majority of the coding, testing, and troubleshooting that goes into creating a Virtual Reality Environment.
A Virtual Reality Engineer is expected to:
Generally, a typical candidate for this position should have:
Virtual Reality Engineers are relatively new positions, and therefore the data collected on their average salary is highly dependent on local labor markets. However, typical salaries average around $70,000 annually. A benefits package that includes health care and a retirement plan is expected. Profit sharing and bonuses are typically offered to experienced employees in this role.