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It’s been a long time coming, but today we have a new editorial site.

If you’ve accessed this article through the eFinancialCareers homepage, you may want to visit the eFinancialCareers editorial homepage in all its new glory by clicking here.

There are various new features. These include: photographs; from now on, every article will have one.

Equally you will now need to register to leave comments. We have made the registration process as quick and easy for you as possible. You can register with a pseudonym and remain anonymous. Please do. We want your comments.

You’ll also notice various new areas, such as our new advice area with sections on applications and CVs, career coaching, interviews and qualifications. Equally, the student centre has been updated, with new student-focused advice areas and more. 

And if you want to see all our editorial content, from each of our 24 sites globally, you can now click on our new world tab and set your own filters by country and language so you can access tailored editorial content that’s most useful to you .

Needless to say, all this has been done to make eFinancialCareers’ editorial even more engaging than we hope it was already. We welcome your feedback. We’d prefer if it’s positive and complimentary, but let us know all the same. And please register to leave comments in the process.

Comments (5)


  2. Good job.

  3. It’s the best thing in the history of the world ever.

  4. They will surely have to invent sliced bread now.

    But seriously, I like the site, Charlie likes the site, Marge in the Duck and Feathers likes the site. The only thing we don’t like is when you allow someone from Nonoo exchange to come along and insult all your readers and then not allow your readers the opportunity to respond.

  5. rss feeds are dead now, though. Was this on purpose?

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