You are wanted! Courtesy of George Clooney as a watch maker

What a wonderful world we live in! Have you ever think that a celebrity would show that much respect to a watch company’s recruiting efforts. No doubt that people tend to chase the trend fashion led by celebrities, including replica watches. For me, I even suggest some companies to make special products for celebrities from all kinds of domain, even politics, who would increase the value of the brands.
Well new ground has been broken, and I would pay good money to learn the buttering up process involved in getting George Clooney to adorn a watch maker’s monocle (called a loupe) and lab coat for this photo shoot. Advertizing good quality of watches seems not enough for this times. Instead, by advertising the watchmaking process, not only the quality and attitude can be well showed, but also the importance of this process. Good thing Clooney looks perplexed in this shot, because while I am confident that he owns a few Omega watches, he has no experience of making a watch. Imagine the cajoling required getting him to wear this outfit.”Great shots of the De Ville Mr. Clooney, now put this on your face like so… and wear this coat. Let’s try it again. Aren’t WE looking technical Mr. Clooney?”
The who purpose of this advertisement is to get people excited about the “wide wonderful world of watchmaking.” Not because Omega makes money on rolex replica watch maker schools, but because that we are at an all-time high for high quality watches, while the pool of skilled watch makers (or any watch makers for that matter) is low. As a matter of fact, the ad here is looking for people who are already trained and have experience. Since more skilled and experienced watch markers are wanted, companies (and in this case the Swatch Group that owns Omega) are looking to attract more laborers. The reason has to do with production boundaries. High-end timepieces need skilled technicians to build and service. Robots cannot do this work, and watch companies want to build as many as they can sell. Have you considered a career in watch making?
As a matter of fact, it is good to see the continuously popping up of new watch making colleges. Since the need of labor are increased all the time, there are even some US based schools. Most however are located in Europe and I am sure parts of Asia. School programs are generally intensive, but because the market is rich right now, it is an attractive prospect for those interested in the field. There is tendency that for great fake watch makers, they always started their career at big companies with large platform for them to put good to use. And then end up with making their own personal brands. There is no doubt that it is a pretty nice and attainable goal. However, things may not always come to the same end, if you interests in more information, please do go to YouTube for further details.