COVID-19 has many companies, institutions and individuals examining budgets, paying close attention to costs of services. Recently, Dr. Matthew Smith published a paper, “Costs of preparing to implement a virtual reality job interview training program in a community mental health agency: A budget impact analysis” that highlights the pre-implementation costs to support approximately 100 clients to use a virtual reality job interview training tool within an agency. This budget impact analysis suggests approximately 14 person-hours per staff member would be required to replicate the preparation for the implementation of the virtual intervention, a total labor cost of approximately $3200 to the agency, while the scientific support team would required total labor costs of $3800. Non-labor costs were limited to computing equipment at approximately $2,500. Take a deeper dive into the overall results of this analysis here.