Depends what you mean by "job". I mean, I'm doing the same job, from the same seat (roughly) as four years ago.
But in that time, I've worked for:
Every time the company name changes, they say "We'll be doing development work from now on, we'll need your skills..." Then they put me on helpdesk and the development work doesn't materialise. The question I'm asking myself is "how do I get out of this ... outfit?" How do you write a CV? Are there companies you can pay to make a good CV?
I haven't got my real sig on here.
I tried to, but just got biro marks on my screen.
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