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1-03-2009 @ 3:07PM
I think you miss the point of working for a company liek Blizzard.It is a massively recognised company, they might underpay but that's because they can afford too, people are clambering over each other to get jobs there. It'd be like paying $100 for a fallen leaf that you could've picked up off the lawn for free.The point in working for such a company in such an industry is to do what you truelly want to do and to come out of it with both the relevant work experience in one of the currently most sucessful companies of it's market and to have "Blizzard" on your CV which is going to go a long way to your landing other jobs more succesfully.If it's not what you really want to do, then it's not worth it, if it doesn't pay enough for you to gather the work experience, then it's not worth it.Heh heh. "I'd give an arm and a leg but I wont work for you unless you give me competitive pay?"
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