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They're engaging, social, tech-savvy and goal-oriented people with a real drive to improve themselves and the world around them.They connect with fellow gamers, in-game and in real life, and participate in making and playing games that have lasting social impacts.I have short work histories with previous employers (10 or more in 7 years).The longest I’ve worked for a company has been about year and a half: Dairy Queen when I was working in high school.Interesting, challenging jobs have lots of people applying for them, and employers will rarely hire someone with a spotty work history when they have loads of qualified candidates without a history of job-hopping.
Many female gamers have received sexist comments and threats during gameplay, as illustrated by submissions to blogs which document harassment: Source: Fat, Ugly or Slutty, which catalogs sexist messages on the Xbox and Playstation networks.If you do that, it’s highly likely that you’re going to paint yourself into a place where you’ll never be able to get the challenging work you want. unchallenging work now / staying at jobs you’d prefer to leave so that you have a chance at challenging work later b.unchallenging work probably forever I think A is the better option, but you’re the one who will have to make that call.But if this is who the "new gamers" are, why is there still a problem for girls in gaming?
Gaming was primarily invented by, and marketed to, boys.Can you give any advice to how I may proceed in finding work? And it’s not about being stymied by online applications either, because other people are getting hired with those just fine.