So, vultures don't only bite after all :)
I applaud this initiative. Well done El Reg !
It won't have escaped anyone in the tech community and the wider world that we are in for some challenging times. As such, The Register wants to extend a helping hand to any organizations in desperate need of technology talent. We are inviting companies to send us their job ads that we will run for free on this website so …
BOFH trained freelancers available in your area. If you have a problem with management, let us manage them away.
Bespoke end to end service, or just collection and disposal.
Optional torture/humiliation (end to end service only)
All work is recorded to help with staff training and is available in a commemorative presentation pack or viewable on the usual dark net sites.
Book now and avoid the rush.
Thanks, guys and gals. Kinda restores some faith in humanity, that does. This round's on me.
"Please don't abuse this offer, though, because, let's face it, you don't want to end up as a headline."
And THAT restores my faith in ElReg! Looking forward to the headline, there is always one ...
Hello, I'm wanting to come in at the bottom of IT with a L1 service role. I've recently studied:
CompTIA A+ 220-1001
CompTIA A+ 220-1002
CompTIA N10-007 Network +
Microsoft 70-680 TS Configuring Windows 7
I live in the Manchester area (Glossop)
I was a primary teacher for 20 years, and more recently ran my own handyman/ tutoring limited company.
If anyone knows of anything that is available, please let me know.
That would be far more attractive to me than "Configuring Windows 10".
It seems that anything neat that you do to make it more usable gets removed by each and every update sent down the Intertubes by MS. i.e. it is a waste of time for most of us.
Good luck EL Reg on this sideline. If I was even remotely interested in getting back into work I'd use it as a resource. I've just finished my 4th Novel (pub'd under a pen name)
So, if I were looking for a job, where would I find this job board? Some people suggest turning off ad blockers; and I did launch a throw-away profile for you site but still can't find this thing....
I know google has messed up the traditional relationship where the people advertising pay to attract attention. By chewing on the stick at both ends they have maximized short term gain at the cost of zero loyalty. You have my loyalty, and I think a few others too. Is this the best example to follow?
I guess it is still work in progress. The article was to my knowledge the first trumpeting of this service, inviting all and sundry to throw their job offers into the ring, so until the responses start piling in, and the scope assessed, it would be prudent to hold off on any preconceived notions of how it will be presented.
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