The Careers Survey 2018: Your insights needed

first_imgThe Careers Survey 2018: Your insights neededAnnual study gives all industry members the chance to have their say (anonymously) about pay, working conditions, diversity and more James BatchelorEditor-in-ChiefMonday 23rd April 2018Share this article Recommend Tweet has launched this year’s Careers Survey and is calling on all members of the industry for help.The survey aims to construct a comprehensive picture of the current games jobs market, exploring working conditions, average salaries, staff diversity, employee benefits and more.Following recent events, we’re particularly keen to investigate any imbalance in terms of the gender split at senior levels, as well as the ever-present reports of crunch.We will also be looking for any signs of improvement compared to last year’s research, the results of which you can read here.Remember – this study is completely anonymous so respondents are asked to be as honest as possible. This is your chance to share thoughts on working in the games industry and what can be improved.It should only take a few minutes to fill in the survey, which you can either do below or by clicking this link. If you have any questions, feel free to email [email protected] deadline for responses is Friday, May 4th.The results will be published in our special magazine at E3 2018 in Los Angeles and distributed to thousands of industry professionals and key execs. Highlights will also be published on the website in June.If you have jobs news to share or a new hire you want to shout about, please contact us on [email protected] employer excellence in the video games industry8th July 2021Submit your company Sign up for The Publishing & Retail newsletter and get the best of in your inbox. Enter your email addressMore storiesEA leans on Apex Legends and live services in fourth quarterQ4 and full year revenues close to flat and profits take a tumble, but publisher’s bookings still up double-digitsBy Brendan Sinclair 4 hours agoUbisoft posts record sales yet again, delays Skull & Bones yet againPublisher moves away from target of 3-4 premium AAA titles a year, wants to build free-to-play “to be trending toward AAA ambitions over the long term”By Brendan Sinclair 8 hours agoLatest comments Sign in to contributeEmail addressPasswordSign in Need an account? Register now.last_img read more