Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Sifter3000, 15 Dec 2009.
Hire me! I rite good about computah
I dont get this.. "that days events" could we be a little more specific? ie.. is that metaphorically speaking "that days" as if to say, events around that date to say a week either side or does it mean literally 15th of december such and such happened and such and such was released etc etc..
What happened in tech today - keep it relevant for PC Pro - they don't care about tractors or Italian PM's getting punched.
And bear in mind successful candidates will have to sit within audible distance of the bit-tech and CPC team. Most notably, Harry.
Or, should I say: HARRY!
17K in London? Hells teeth... that's a crap salary in the NW, nevermind London!
Still.. great opportunity for someone younger! Fab idea. If I was younger, un-mortgaged and no set career path.. I'd be writing it already
^^what he said
No-one gets into journalism to get rich
Except Felix obviously.
It IS dependant on experience and I'll say right now that it's an awful, awful lot better than I know similar companies would offer even to established, qualified writers.
That's exactly what I was thinking, me thinks you don't need to be good at engrish to get a job for dennis
You know I'm only kidding Alex ^_^
Full time - self explanatory
Freelance - doesn't that mean self employed? Are Dennis trying to get out of paying pension and NI contributions? Normally not an issue, but given that this is a full time position so there'll be no time to work for anyone else, that's well out of order.
I cannot stress enough how true this is. I'm on 50p an hour at TrustedReviews!!
And RE and HC and WH - to name only a few.
As it's PC Pro, I'm going to write 300 words espousing the vainglorious benefits of a Mac!
Or ignore the fact MESH have the worlds worst customer service and vote them 'Best PC maker ever' like they keep doing. Failing to notice their very own vendor forum used to be clogged like Dennis Nielson's drains each day with complaints about MESH !
And let's not forget the regular and traditional cop-out over every new version of Windows that will never, ever receive a bad review - unless it costs too much. Otherwise they'll always say that it's terrific, no matter what the circumstances.
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