Getting a job in the games industry is hard, and competition can be fierce. Here’s how to get ahead of everyone else and start your new career in games user research today:
Entry level games user research jobs
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Other games user research jobs
The games industry is full of passionate and inspired people, and can be a fantastic industry for running interesting, relevant and fun UX + user research studies, and professional quality playtests.
Continue your games career and discover a new role in the industry. See the latest games UX + user research roles for every stage of your career below:
Ace the interview
The bestselling book How To Be A Games User Researcher has helped readers get their first job in games. It explains how user research fits within game development, how to run high-quality studies, and how to get ahead in your job hunt.
The career section of the book covers:
- How to get and demonstrate experience without a job
- What skills are employers looking for?
- How to prepare a CV and portfolio
- What it’s like working in the games industry
Learn more about how to start your career in games, and how to run great studies in the full book:
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