Month-long online special will explore every aspect of getting a job in games development and finding the best new talent

New Year, New Job 2014: Your guide to games recruitment

A new year means a new start for many people and Develop is here to help make that fresh beginning as easy as possible.

All this month, we’ll be publishing articles and interviews discussing games recruitment, whether you’re looking to change careers, trying to get into the industry for the first time, or expanding your studios with new hires.

And we want you to get involved.

To begin with, you can take part in our annual salary survey by clicking here. This is your chance to share your views on pay, working conditions, benefits, bonuses and more, and it’s all completely anonymous.

We’re also asking Develop readers to share their top tips on the following:

  • How to create the perfect CV
  • How to create an impressive portfolio or game demo
  • The toughest interview questions and how to answer them
  • What not to wear to a job interview
  • The best business books for managers to read

If you have any suggestions for these topics, send them in to And if you fancy writing an opinion piece on anything related to applying for a job or hiring new staff, email it in.

You can follow all of our New Year, New Job articles by bookmarking

New Year, New Job 2014 will be followed in February with our Recruitment Special of Develop Magazine.

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