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I like this bit...

I'm surprised personally its peanuts, their weekly wage is just a few hours work for some of us, I would pay this for a trainee. :o

On the subject of JobCentre I recall a story on R4 about one where they advertised for a Submarine Designer...No experience necesary.

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Not part of my area of IT, but those wages look rather on the low side especially when they looking for the recipient to get involved in development. Maybe just a stepping stone, 2nd job before moving on to something else :)

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Not part of my area of IT, but those wages look rather on the low side especially when they looking for the recipient to get involved in development. Maybe just a stepping stone, 2nd job before moving on to something else :)

Probably a massive reduction for lack of social skill given they are looking for someone in IT and a bean counter, imagine going out on the pish up with that hybrid

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............Maybe just a stepping stone, 2nd job before moving on to something else :)

If that 'something else' is a cardboard box instead of a park bench? :)

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Assistant Programmer in Deal, Kent:

http://jobcentreplus.jobhits.co.uk/Assistant-Programmer-id-DOV-30221

What do our HPC IT specialists think of this?

:lol:

Do they have one of their clients by the short and curlies? If you are signing on and looking for work and are qualified in that area then they can hardly turn them down as they would lose their benefits. Sure is a good way for them to get cheap labour.

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  • 312 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


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