Entries in 'salary' (18)
Gamers? Ha! A bunch of overweight, spotty boys cooped up in their rooms because they’re too socially awkward to step outside, right? Wrong. So very, very wrong.
Former Xbox boss Don Mattrick could earn in the region of $50m from new employer Zynga.
A second straight year of unprofitability at its electronics unit has led a number of high-level Sony execs to forfeit their bonuses.
Time's running out to make your views known on the jobs market in 2013 with MCV's annual salary survey.
Only three days into 2013 and we're all back at work - but who knows what the year will bring?
It's the week before Christmas, the clock is slowly ticking towards your last working day (too slowly, in fact) and you have time to reflect on the past year.
As the year draws to a close, we all dedicate a few moments to taking stock: are we happy? Are we where we want to be? Do we earn enough?
It's only when we are faced with Christmas shopping that we realise how limiting our paypackets can be. Is yours particularly generous or restricting? Let us know.
Bored on a Friday afternoon? Spend a few minutes letting us know your thoughts about the 2013 jobs market.
There are only a few hours left to share your views on the 2012 job market in MCV's annual salary survey.
Are you earning enough money? Are you happy with your job? Share your views with the industry in MCV's annual salary survey.
MCV's annual salary survey is back, and we're offering you the chance to let the world know your thoughts about the 2012 jobs market.
Nintendo president Saturo Iwata has announced that he and other key executives are to significantly slash their wages.
Today is your last chance to participate in this year's MCV Salary Survey, where you can offer your thoughts on the 2011 jobs market.
Time is running out – the annual MCV Salary Survey ends this week.
Do you enjoy your job? Thinking of changing sectors, or have you just done so? If so, we want to hear your story as part of our annual salary survey.
This January, MCV will provide a comprehensive guide to the job market in 2011, including our annual salary survey – and we’re asking readers to offer feedback.