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UPDATE January 2020

Dear subscribers,

Don’t worry, I’m not retiring from keeping this blog up to date. I just want to let you know that, this year somewhat later than usual, I will be making new archives pages for expired 2020 job adverts, which will cause inconvenience as automatically generated new post alerts.

Thank you for following. All best wishes for 2020.

Erik

P.S. (update) I just got a complaint about the automatically generated alerts using the term “useless”. Be kind, please, and archives are not useless (you should know as an archaeologist).

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UPDATE January 2017

Dear subscribers,

I’m sorry about the inconvenience I’m causing you by creating new archives posts for 2017. Unfortunately the new post alert runs automatically.

Please remember and appreciate that I’m putting a lot of time in this, before you send me a complaint about this. (yes, there are people who are unappreciative and yes, an apology would be in order here)

Best wishes for 2017.

Erik

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UPDATE January 2016

Dear subscribers,

I’m sorry about the inconvenience I’m about to cause you by creating new archives posts for 2016. Unfortunately the new post alert runs automatically.

Best wishes for 2016 and I hope you will find the job you want.

Erik

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UPDATE January 2015

Dear subscribers,

I’m sorry about the inconvenience I’m about to cause you by creating new archives posts for 2015. Unfortunately the new post alert runs automatically.

Best wishes for 2015 and I hope you will find the job you want.

Erik

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UPDATE May 2014

Apologies for not updating. I’ve been ill for a week or so and hope to be back in business soon.

Also hope that my dream job hasn’t been/will not be advertised these weeks.

Erik

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UPDATE January 2014

Dear visitors & subscribers,

I’m sorry about the inconvenience that may have been caused by creating new archives posts for 2014. Unfortunately the new post alert runs automatically, but these archives posts are now in place.

Best wishes for 2014 and I hope you will find the job you want.

Erik

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UPDATE June 2013

dear visitors,

WordPress changed the appearance settings of links, which makes this blog look awful. I’m trying to work my way around these new settings, i.e. find a new structure to present the same information.

Apparently, WordPress has also started placing ads on this blog, which I can’t see myself. Unfortunately, I don’t have money to buy them off.

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