If a gamer at your house has ambitions to work in the videogame industry, the Detroit Free Press talked to one who's in it. Jeremy Lee, 27, at The Collective in Newport Beach, Calif., told the Free Press that he "knew he wanted to get into videogames as a career when he was a student at the University of Michigan." His advice to aspiring game producers: "Be persistent." And it sounds like you also really need to love gaming. "He got to his current job [directing the production of new games including "Silent Hill 5"] by taking every position associated with games he could." It's a couple of years old, but still relevant - a Fox News piece on schools offering videogame degrees.