You Don’t Need To Work Overtime; Proven By Nintendo!

An average worker has good working conditions at Nintendo, proven by the company’s recruitment site, discovered by Daniel Ahmad, an analyst at Daniel Ahmad.

On the site, Nintendo tells graduates that the average worker wage is about 80 thousand dollars per year, but entry-level wages are obviously lower than that. There’s a potential bonus paid in June and December, and at each April, workers do get a pay raise.

An average worker day at Nintendo is 7 hours and 45 minutes, but compared to the developers, the head office staff starts and ends earlier. In September, Nintendo had 2271 regular employees, with an average age of 38.6 years. Full-time workers spend an average of 13.5 years at the company. Nintendo plans to hire 81 graduates this year, which is more than 59 last year (which in turn is even more than the three years before that).

7 hours and 45 minutes are way less than what we heard from Rockstar, who had 100+ hour work weeks during the development of Red Dead Redemption 2. The Japanese working environment might not be as tight here as you would think…

Source: Gamesindustry

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