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Last chance to take part in the GamesIndustry.biz Careers Survey

Have your say (completely anonymously) on crunch, pay, diversity and more, results to follow in E3 magazine

There is less than a day left for you to share your thoughts on the biggest issues our industry faces in the GamesIndustry.biz Careers Survey.

We're aiming to offer a comprehensive analysis of working conditions, average salaries, staff diversity, employee benefits and more - but we need your help to do it.

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's not just about highlighting the negatives like crunch and gender pay gaps, of course. We're also keen to find out how well studios equip their teams to progress and improve their skills, as well as some of the perks offered. And we're not just surveying developers - the study is just as relevant to journalists, PRs and marketers, service providers and more.

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 james.batchelor@gamesindustry.biz.

The deadline for responses is Friday, May 4th. That's today. The survey will close 10pm PDT.

The results will be published in our special GamesIndustry.biz 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.

You can check out the results of last year's research right here.

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James Batchelor

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James Batchelor has been a journalist in the games industry since 2006, joining GamesIndustry in 2016, and also runs Non-Violent Game of the Day (@NVGOTD). He does play violent games, but always on Story/Easy mode.

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