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I absolutely love your website. I made great use of it when I was searching for jobs in the gaming industry. In fact, I landed my position because of your site. I saw that a position had been posted that day, I applied immediately, and they called me a few hours later to schedule an interview. I can't thank you enough for creating this tool; I suggest it to everyone I know who wants to go into gaming.”

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