There is currently only one industry on Titan, and that industry is to exploit a dupe on Google’s AdSense system. It doesn’t really feel very meaningful to me, and I also know that just saying “Add more industries! Steel! Manufacturing! Etc! Sell on the market! Make money do more now!” is very unreasonable and it’s already on the list. But to embark on a massive endeavor on an alien moon to exploit the vast riches of making people watch ads for products they can never conceivably buy makes it feel like my actions don’t amount to much right now.
So to cleverly recontextualize what is functionally the same thing (citizen stands at desk = money) we can rename “Monetization Station” to “Outsource Desk.” Your citizens will do awful menial jobs such as data entry, customer service, AI training (think YouTube’s manual review), and views/clicks on social media for money. Jobs like that are very frequently outsourced to parts of the world where the wages are lower by comparison, and it’s cheaper to hire a firm there than new employees here. It makes perfect sense that the easiest and fastest way to make a quick buck at the start is to put up some office buildings until other industries can get established. It’s better for verisimilitude and is a more true-to-life prod at capitalism, which this game clearly wants to rip limb from limb.
Also debt, wages, and expenses would create a need to maintain a steady credit flow. I didn’t see that on the roadmap so I’d throw my two cents in since it would probably help to sell the experience of managing a business rather than a kingdom. Having to pay The Council “protection fees” would really nail in the idea that you’re just a tool for someone else’s bigger game.