Those dreaming of landing a job at the house of Mario might just be in luck, as Nintendo has kickstarted the process of its 2022 graduate recruitment drive.
The company has opened a new webpage today, noting that pre-entry for April 2022's graduates will begin in October of this year. Various recruitment events are currently in the works, all in the hope of allowing potential graduates to get a better understanding of Nintendo's employees and the work on offer at the company (thanks, Japanese Nintendo).
Towards the end of last year, Nintendo revealed that it had been steadily taking on more and more graduates each year, with 2020 set to see yet another small increase. A study published in 2018 also revealed Nintendo to be the sixth most desirable company among aspiring undergrads in Japan.
If you're genuinely interested in learning more about Nintendo's graduate scheme, the new webpage urges you to register your email address to receive info on the pre-entry start time and details of each recruitment event.
[source nintendo.co.jp, via japanesenintendo.com]
Wonder if you can work from home in UK?
Great picture! I wonder if going to work for Nintendo becomes a grind after a while. But I would definitely give up my job to find out!
Somebody please go there, work your way up to CEO and release some news.
Was it Iwata who spoke of his parents' disapproval at joining a video game outfit? I wonder how thoroughly times have changed over there...
Don’t get your hopes up, look at the credits and see if you find a pattern...
@Yanina as acting CEO of the Nintendo stationary cupboard, I'm pleased to announce that Mario is Missing Anniversary edition is making it's way to Switch in 2021. NewJump Rope DLC is also inbound and will be featured heavily in our next Mini Direct, scheduled for June 2022.
As an engineering student, I would like to participate
@COVIDberry I guess that's what being one of Japan's top businesses can do... though I imagine many parents in Japan would still fret if you decide to join a small video game outfit rather than a large business.
@Yanina "Somebody please go there, work your way up to CEO and release some news".
You mean some games.
@Yanina People that know about the games try stay silent about it.
Pssh, of course it's only for Japan... :/
@EmmatheBest Yeah, it's as if the recruitment is for NCL..
@Yanina Because the CEO is the one responsible for news, not the employees working on making things for those news exist. It's impressive the amount of stupidity shared on this site, my god.
@Apportal Where I'm hating on Nintendo? I'm criticizing the people who have absolutely no info on what they're talking about and don't do a minimum research on the subjects they talk. They talk tons of false info and misinformation.
@Nemesis666 That ... was ... completely ... and ... obviously ... irony.
Bet you are one of the persons that thought Starship Troopers and Robocop where stupid action films and not social satire.
@Nemesis666 Maybe your one of those people sitting in their moms basement, and who thought 1984 didn't have any social themes and was just dumb.
@Yanina surprised nobody has made this comment yet, but...
My uncle works at Nintendo, and he says that Mario Odyssey 2 is coming out in a couple of hours!
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