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Less than 25 percent of new jobs for developers created by gaming firms [INFOGRAPHIC]

Demand for game designers and developers is greater outside of the gaming industry.

If you’re a video game developer, there’s a good chance you’ll be hired by a firm that isn’t a game publisher.

In fact, less than 25 percent of new jobs for developers are created by gaming firms, according to this new infographic from Philadelphia-based recruitment agency Yoh.

Find more information here.

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