The slowdown in the technology sector has generally also been felt in gaming, with this year being 55.8% down on last year. Nonetheless, 2023 is 31% up on 2019, showing the underlying trend is upward. As a result, Gaming has hit 5.4% of all vacancies across tech companies, up from 3.5% in 2019 according to the latest UK Technology Labour market trends report by Talent Alpha and market data analysts Vacancysoft.
Research by Robert Walters and Vacancysoft finds that 42 per cent of parents over 55 were playing video games with offspring who had left home. Read the full article here.
Vacancysoft and Robert Walters labour market research features in a story in Recruiter about how hiring in gaming continues climbing despite the pandemic. Read the full article here.
The Scottish Business Insider features Vacancysoft and Robert Walters labour market research on how the gaming sector is playing a bigger role in tech. Read the full article here.