As the holidays draw near, video games are climbing the ranks in high-selling items. One of the most popular gifts for tweens and teens, video games have carved an industry that is constantly growing and expanding. But if you want to jump on that money train, you'll have to make sure you have the education in video game programming that will you land you the job.
Even if video games aren't your focus, getting a first or even secondary degree in the technical field might make you more competitive in this tough economy. There are even several certifications that don't require the commitment of a full degree that can make you more marketable.
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