Riots Job Requirements are ridiculous

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Elsea

Senior Member

12-18-2012

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Originally Posted by Berri Bunny View Post
Nobody said they were mutually exclusive.

You should try being relevant.
I am, you were using the work ethic variable to explain that experience somehow has no relevance, as if experience = low work ethic. All you proved with your previous statement is that work ethic affects productivity, and all you proved with this statement and the ones before this is that you pick out one part of an argument that isn't even a big part of it and then state that the rest of the argument is stupid because of it. You should try not being an ass and actually refuting, unless you already ran out of arguments.


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Berri Bunny

Senior Member

12-18-2012

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Originally Posted by Flourescence View Post
as if experience = low work ethic.
Nobody said this. Do you have a problem reading?

Once again, try being relevant.


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Morello

Lead Designer

12-18-2012
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Originally Posted by Light LaserTower View Post
School: "When you get out of here everyone will be at your door step trying to hire you for all the jobs you can Imagine"

Reality: "You believed that shit, LMAO, why the heck would I want you when there are 100 000 people with your schooling and 10+ years of experence"
Honestly, this. School and education are valuable, but a degree does not get you a job, it lets you start trying to get a job that requires a degree. There's no entitlement from having a degree that gets you a job.

Requirements aren't there to make people feel warm and fuzzy, they're there to make sure people have the appropriate skillset. Some jobs are fine with less experience (design can be one of these!), others are not.


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Berri Bunny

Senior Member

12-18-2012

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Originally Posted by Morello View Post
Honestly, this. School and education are valuable, but a degree does not get you a job, it lets you start trying to get a job that requires a degree. There's no entitlement df

Requirements aren't there to make people feel warm and fuzzy, they're there to make sure people have the appropriate skillset. Some jobs are fine with less experience (design can be one of these!), others are not.
Oh please Morello, a half-wit could do your job better than you.

You're not good enough at this game to be a champion designer.


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Darkvolcan

Senior Member

12-18-2012

Why does the url have silkroad in it?


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Ragnarok Cometh

Senior Member

12-18-2012

The worst requirement is having to have played 10 games in the past two years or something, I forget exactly. I love this game too much to play anything else, is that so bad??


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Falleth

Senior Member

12-18-2012

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Originally Posted by Berri Bunny View Post
Oh please Morello, a half-wit could do your job better than you.

You're not good enough at this game to be a champion designer.
I'm not sure basement dweller should be talking there.


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Angry juju

Senior Member

12-18-2012

You're right, they should hire underqualified people to help manage a game with over 20 million players.


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Militant GDI

Senior Member

12-18-2012

pretty sure the other job req is "your name can not be 'Vodka and Kush'"


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Kaosovic

Senior Member

12-18-2012

just because most video gamers believe the industry is built around their slacker, can do by doing little attitude, doesn't mean it isn't a multi-million dollar profit motivated corporation that has the resources to attract top talent and compete in the media industry with other heavy hitters.