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Infographic: GamesIndustry.biz's snapshot of the games jobs market

Exclusive research reveals 40% of industry members seeking new employment in 2017

Earlier this week, we revealed the results of our first ever careers survey, which show that despite believing their skills and experience could lead to heftier salaries in other industries, more than half our respondents are determined to stay working in games.

You can read the full feature here, offering a deep-dive analysis on the data we gathered, exploring the changing structure of the industry workforce, the need for greater diversity, average salaries, working conditions and more. Of course, if you just want the highlights, we've compiled them into a simple infographic which you can view below.

The graphic presents some of the most interesting findings from our survey, including the fact that 40% of games employees plan to change jobs by the end of the year, and that 90% of our respondents are expected to work beyond their contracted hours - but 75% aren't paid for it. Read on to find out more, or click here to download a larger version.

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If you have jobs news to share or a new hire you want to shout about, please contact us on newhires@gamesindustry.biz

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