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Recently we slipped out a new editorial channel to cover work issues. It's called "Jobs" and you can find a link on the main nav bar which appears at the top of every page of The Register.

This is a small launch designed for now to pop all articles we write about jobs, training and IT education into the one place. Also in response to demand we have also engaged your favourite city headhunter Dominic Connor to write the occasional careers advice column for us.

We aim to expand coverage in due course. In the meantime you can find Dominic and your fellow commentards at Jobs|Bored in the new El Reg Forums.

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