Here's my prediction on how the economy will be like 15 years from now: It'll end up being in shambles with all of the Earth's oil deposits becoming completely depleted, & without fuel to propel their logistics, the entire world will fall apart, especially since I'm not hearing anything about an effective alternative that can replace it.
No, I would like to stay- like I said, they do really good work. I can learn a lot quicker here.. and as an artist I am always aiming to build my portfolio. I would like to be an animation lead one day so having a really reputable company on a resume is great, and if I end up being a lead at The Creative Assembly then that would be just as awesome. But who knows what the economy is going to be like over here in like.. let's say 15 years? No one knows. Or how the videogame industry is going to be either! Maybe I'll end up in film or doing different types of games. Never know how things will go.
Not really, I could've stayed in Toronto because there are a lot of studios- but I really like the Creative Assembly's work; and I rather make the leap for the experience now that I'm young, so I can build a better portfolio and resume for myself for the future.
I meant the opposite actually- early childhood education classes is something EVERYONE I know seems to be going for because they think it is easy.. and well, it's not so easy finding a job for it when there is so many people already doing it. Kinda goes and bites you in the butt.
And I get your point, but sometimes you also need to do something you don't like in order to do something you do like. But then again, that's something you kinda have to figure out for yourself- no one can force you into things. And yeah while bad decisions suck, they're there also to remind you not to make the same mistake twice and move forward. Everyone's made bad decisions at some point.