I haven?t been able to find a thread about this, so I need to create a new one to ask a question. This came up bootface's thread, asking advice on getting into the industry at age 32. I?m wondering what is people's opinion on the age of entry for a game industry worker? I realise that the average age of entry must be about mid 20's, but does that reduce the chances of an older person breaking in? If a person's skills are good enough for the position, will that be enough, or are employers only interested in young blood that won?t burn out as quickly (in the employers mind anyway)? Does an older person require years of industry experience to get a job, or is it possible for people of any age to break into the games industry?