DiceTV Update: Strong Outlook for Video Games at E3

People at this week’s E3 show were upbeat: There’s hiring going on in the video game space, and a feeling the business is getting back on track after the recession. Meanwhile, employers may add a moderate amount of jobs during the summer, and Boston companies need Ruby on Rails developers.

For last week’s update, click here.

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2 Responses to “DiceTV Update: Strong Outlook for Video Games at E3”

June 24, 2010 at 10:53 am, Frank Sellers said:

Let’s not get ahead of ourselves. Maybe you’re just trying to be upbeat, but I think it’s irresponsible to say “after the recession” as though the recession is a thing of the past.

Unemployment is still at 9.5%, the number of people who lost their jobs in May was up from April, on June 2 millions of Americans ran out of unemployment benefits while Senate Republicans plays games with an extension bill, and foreclosures are up again.

I’m all for being positive, but denial isn’t going help anyone still suffering from the CURRENT RECESSION, and there are MILLIONS.

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June 24, 2010 at 10:53 am, Frank Sellers said:

Let’s not get ahead of ourselves. Maybe you’re just trying to be upbeat, but I think it’s irresponsible to say “after the recession” as though the recession is a thing of the past.

Unemployment is still at 9.5%, the number of people who lost their jobs in May was up from April, on June 2 millions of Americans ran out of unemployment benefits while Senate Republicans plays games with an extension bill, and foreclosures are up again.

I’m all for being positive, but denial isn’t going help anyone still suffering from the CURRENT RECESSION, and there are MILLIONS.

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