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Jobs in Games Special 2019: Contributors wanted

Jobs in Games Special 2019: Contributors wanted

Goodbye 2018, hello 2019. As the year gets underway it's a time for many to set personal resolutions and goals for the year ahead.

To kick off a fresh new year we're doing a Jobs in Games Special, but this year with a bit of a difference.

We'll still be running jobs-related content such as how to get a job and chatting with recruiters for their top tips on bagging that new role and progressing in your career.

But we'll also be asking developers how they manage their daily routines, set goals and achieve them, and the little things people do to help them succeed in their current roles.

While we'll be running our own articles, we’d like your help too.

Sound advice

Got something to say about getting a career in mobile games? Got advice you want to share on managing your workload? Perhaps some tips on working with others? Or some learnings from making a career change?

Then send your article suggestions to PocketGamer.biz Editor Craig Chapple at craig.chapple@steelmedia.co.uk.

If you've previously written something on the topic that's still relevant today and you want to share it, let us know we can republish it or share the link.

Our sister-site PCGamesInsider.biz is also running a Jobs Special this month. So if you've got any PC games job market insights, you can message the site's editor at alex.calvin@steelmedia.co.uk.

If you’re on the hunt for a job in games, check out our jobs page, where studios upload new job vacancies regularly. It’s completely free for employers to post jobs and for prospective employees to use!

For advertising opportunities in our Jobs in Games Special, email lisa.bisset@steelmedia.co.uk.


Senior Editor

Craig Chapple is Senior Editor of PocketGamer.biz and InfluencerUpdate.biz. He was previously Deputy Editor at Develop and Online Editor at Nintendo of Europe.

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