Mar 06, 2017 09:26 AM EST
The video gaming industry has become very attractive not only for kids and teenagers, but also for adults. And the great thing about its continuous rise in power is the fact that it has provided numerous job opportunities for people who have the skills and the talent, and of course, passion. If find yourself engrossed in playing video games for so many hours than you would notice, it might be time to consider a career that has a lot to do video games.
James Gee, Arizona State University's Regent Professor of the Teacher's College of Education, believes that video games are more than just a source of entertainment. He said that the technology development of video games is useful when it comes to education and health care and is a new platform for learning, thinking and collaborating, according to The Good Men Project.
Not only are video games designed to gain popularity, they also serve a purpose in helping students find careers, especially in things that they are passionate about. This is something that is becoming well known in colleges and universities, which is why more courses about video games are being offered in the classrooms. There are just plenty of careers and jobs that someone can land in the field of video games, according to The Balance and these include game developers, game designers, programmers, testers and many others.
Because these jobs are on the rise, there is also an increasing competition in the job market of video games. Of course, people will only want to land a job in the industry that will give them the chance to do something that they love. This only means that there is just so much hope for college students because a world of possibilities and opportunities await them through video gaming and technology.
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