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Nesh108

Info about junior job hunting

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Hello, I would like to have hints and suggestions about where look for a job, in terms of city (or region). I explain: I would like to have info about where I may be easily find a job as a junior game programmer, which state or city. I have a diploma, Im a programmer and IT Technician. At the moment I am working as a linguistic and functionality tester in North America, but I am from EU. My dream would be to find a good job in Japan and learn over there, since I am studying the Japanese language. But I know that it would be too hard for me, with the experience I have. At the moment I have some demos, and application, but I am preparing a demo using a game engine, and around March I will have something to attach. I have experience with many languages (OOP and not). Everything else I know, I learnt it studying by myself, reading a trying. I have heard that in UK, there are some companies. But I would like to have another suggestion from you. I am willing to go more or less everywhere. Thanks
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My dream would be to find a good job in Japan and learn over there, since I am studying the Japanese language. But I know that it would be too hard for me, with the experience I have.

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My dream would be to find a good job in Japan and learn over there, since I am studying the Japanese language. But I know that it would be too hard for me, with the experience I have.

Read Sloperama FAQ 48: http://sloperama.com/advice/lesson48.htm


You forgot the part where you get deer to bow to you.
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