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Submitted by zaminoda 731d ago | opinion piece

Wage Gap Still Exists Between Genders in Game Industry

2P writes: Well, before entering into this topic, I have some words to say that disparity always exists in the society. Game industry traditionally as a male dominated field is an ecosystem which could not totally reverse over night and determined by one aspect of the system. Therefore, today, we talk about the salary difference between male and female in the game industry, not matter what the consequence is, what the future would be indicated here, all of these are just speculation and a tip of the whole iceberg. (Culture)

LocutusEstBorg  +   731d ago
STFU about your first world problems. Highly skilled developers make $200 a month in my country.
ZodTheRipper  +   731d ago
You should put that in relation to the living costs in your country. And if they really are highly skilled, they could make a fortune with the right product and the right distribution. Dark Souls e. g. wouldn't be the game and success we know now if it's creators would have left Demon Souls japan-only. As for the article, the link's not working.

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