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#ActualHodgman

Posted 13 April 2013 - 10:03 PM

A veteran developer could probably aim for $80-$120k in normal circumstances. If you're going for an executive role (CTO, etc), then you'd be looking at the outrageously high salaries.

The numbers are always negotiable. As part of the interview process, they'll ask you how much you want to be earning, and they'll make you an offer. I've had one European company go from an advertised EU30k up to EU50k by asking them to. I've also seen Google go from an offer of AU80k to AU130k because the applicant said they wanted at least 100... I've personally also accepted a low salary, and then received a 20% raise in my first salary review.

Join some of the "jobs in games" type groups on LinkedIn, and you'll receive all the spam from recruiters about vacant positions, which often include salaries.

#1Hodgman

Posted 13 April 2013 - 09:58 PM

A veteran developer could probably aim for $80-$120k in normal circumstances. If you're going for an executive role (CTO, etc), then you'd be looking at the outrageously high salaries.

Join some of the "jobs in games" type groups on LinkedIn, and you'll receive all the spam from recruiters about vacant positions, which often include salaries.

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