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1-03-2009 @ 2:43PM
I do agree with you...to a point.Any large company with that kind of rep will garner the bright-eyed, eager young space cadets who will be like 'OMG I WORK FOR _______!!' I know people who have worked at Rockstar (GTA, etc), and it's HELL. They demand mandatory 70 hour work weeks, and one guy almost couldn't get two days off for his own wedding.Another great example - my office is a few blocks away from EA...any gamer knows about the horrors of working there, despite the gorgeous office, gym, catered meals, etc.Customer service, no matter where you go, can be hell, or really rewarding. But from a financial perspective, I wouldn't be surprised if Blizz was a little...unsatisfactory with their initial pay. But then again, many industry jobs are either - work for less for a job you love, or the soul-killing vice versa. I guess in the end it's up to you. Would I want to work at Blizzard? Yes, yes I would. Just how much are you willing to sacrifice? No job on earth is THAT good....There will always be romantics who will look at it through rose-coloured lenses, and they'll just have to try it and see for themselves.
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