NASA posting posters for recruiting people to work on Mars

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration has released a series of recruitment posters advertising potential positions needed to be filled one day in Mars.

According to multiple sources, posters displayed at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor’s Complex in 2009, featured possible positions needed to be filled, such as, teachers, surveyors, farmers among other occupations.

NASA has implemented posters like the ones used at the space complex to help people imagine what space may look like in the future.

A three-step “Journey to Mars” plan to colonize the planet was released in 2015 by NASA in hopes of having people employed and living in colonies on Mars by 2030.