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is outsoucing a problem for USA graduates willing to join the game industry?

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I am a Computer Engineer having a strong interests in game programming specially in Networks/Physics engine programming. Altought I have other passions like for harware and Chemistry. Call be a geek, I don't mind. smile.png
I think I am ready to leave my amateur status and become a professional programmer and work for the gaming industry.
I am wondering if the gaming/game industry here in the States suffers from jobs oursourcing/offshoring in the present like many other IT jobs.


Thanks in advanced.




P.S Why the checking spelling feature of firefox does not work any more in this memo box?

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The thing you want to do seems to have little to do with the question you asked. Outsourcing has very little impact on the job market when you consider the far greater impact of the current economical situation.

Why don't you ask a question nearer the heart of what it is that you want to do? That is to say, the impact of outsourcing on the domestic job market should not be a factor in a life/career decision you are trying to make. Ask something else.

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