Monthly Archives: October 2013

Gaming jobs salary reports

For those technical talents passionate about the gaming industry, here are some reports on gaming job salaries.

United States – gaming job salary report 2013

This is broke down by region, discipline (gaming programmers, artists, game designers, producers) and years of experience. It seems that programmers are the best paid in the gaming industry, with salaries ranging from $ 72K to 125 K, followed by artists and game designers with $ 54K to 105K.

Video Gaming Industry by the Numbers
Source: Big Fish Games

Game Developer Magazine published in their April 2013 edition the following results (slightly different than the ones in the report above, but not far from them):

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gaming qa testersSource: BorderHouseBlog with data from Game Developers Magazine

United Kingdom – gaming job salary report 2013

Seems that UK has lower salaries than US when it comes to gaming jobs, but the industry is quite developed there as well. For example, a programmer earns on average in the UK the equivalent of $ 41.5K, while in the US this is double or more.

gaming ukSource: (with data from, a British gaming-focused platform)

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Salaries for Sales specialists across the world

Are you a Sales specialist curious about your potential salary in different countries? You’ve come to the right place.

If we are talking about Head of Sales level, best paying countries are: Brazil, Japan, Australia, Chile and Switzerland. So better brush up your local language skills and expand your network there.

Spotlight on sales: Global salary trends
Infographic by Mercer Insights
If you are looking into Sales jobs inside startups, AngelList provides the following data (US only) (salaries in dollars):



Some more numbers on different markets:

China (source):

  • Sales Representative (1-3 years of experience, College and above): 730 – 1060 $
  • Senior Sales Coordinator (5+ years of experience, University Degree): 1500 – 2400 $
  • Regional Sales Manager (5-8 years of experience, University Degree or MBA): 4650 – 6450 $

United States (source):


United Kingdom (source):


Brazil (source):


(so no wonder Brazil is paid best paying country for this matter, as this shows a Sales Manager in Brazil earns 59% more than one in the US)

Singapore (source):


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