We don’t write much about the royal family because we don’t care and we know you don’t care, but this is intriguing. Prince Harry has landed two new gigs in the space of two days. The first one, “chief impact officer,” might actually come with a salary so he, at age 36, can finally be financially independent after his family cut him off.

Harry’s job will be to “lift up critical dialogues around mental health, build supportive and compassionate communities, and foster an environment for honest and vulnerable conversations” at Silicon Valley start-up BetterUp. Good Morning America reports that he has personally worked with a BetterUp coach. Good for him.

His second gig is unpaid, but Harry will sit on a commission to look into “misinformation” in America. Will he do as good a job as the social media giants in tagging misinformation?

The Times reports:

His new position, which reflects his long battles with the media as well as his concerns about social media, was announced a day after it was revealed that he had a job as chief impact officer at a Silicon Valley start-up.

Harry will join 14 other commissioners, including the former world chess champion Garry Kasparov, and three co-chairmen and women in a six-month study by the Aspen Institute on the state of American misinformation and disinformation. The posts are unpaid. The study is being funded by Craig Newmark, the billionaire entrepreneur who founded the website Craigslist.

How will he juggle it all?

Fortunately, he’ll suck at this job and we’ll be left alone.