Presentation on theme: "By Dalton Weir. Game Designer * I would be able to work in a field I am passionate about. * I would work in an industry that has potential for making."— Presentation transcript:
Game Designer * I would be able to work in a field I am passionate about. * I would work in an industry that has potential for making a lot of money. Police Officer * I would be able to live wherever I please. * I would be able to help others.
Game Designer * Math * Physics * Computer Applications * Art * History * English
Game Designer * At the Art Institute of Portland it will be approximately $8,288 per quarter (12 quarters total). Police Officer * The average cost of training is between $3,000 and $4,000.
Game Designer * the median salary in the video game business is $73,000. Police Officer * The average salary for a police officer is $41,000
Game Designer * About four years for a bachelors degree. Police Officer * Approximately 2 years
Game Designer * You are limited to certain areas to live. * Salary depends on the production of the company. Police Officer * Can be dangerous and stressful in some situations. * May be difficult to advance in this career.
* I believe the best career choice for me is to continue pursuing a career in game design. Primarily because it is my passion and I feel I owe it to myself to work in a career that I truly enjoy and have an appreciation for.
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