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Career Migration Patterns of the Game Developer
by Kain Shin on 05/15/14 08:00:00 pm   Expert Blogs

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We have been watching you.
We know what you are thinking and where you intend to be.

This is how you move:

We believe that your current designation is flexible.
Know that we know; so that you might participate within our system.

Data we wish to collect...

  • JOB PROBABILITIES: Headcounts or percentages of present and past teams categorized by discipline. Bonus for noting specific game or genre.
  • METHODS: Personal anecdotes about methods of traversal from one designation to another.
  • EXCEPTIONS: Outliers, You exist! We only know that much, but our data is incomplete.

Please comment.
You will be loved, and your interactions will be remembered.


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