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Video Game Producers


The Entertainment Software Association reports that 75 percent of American households play video games, and sales of video game content have grown steadily over the years, generating $35.4 billion in revenue in 2019 (a 2 percent increase over 2018), with growth expected to continue. In addition, demand for video games has increased rapidly in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, which has caused more people to work remotely and spend time at home. This increasing demand for challenging and entertaining games creates a steady job market for game producers. Overall, employment in this job should grow at a faster than average rate through the coming decade.

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