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CW@50: A look at life on the job in IT through cartoons
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Apr 21, 2017

Because NOBODY can see through cardboard, right?

It’s the mid-1980s and, in this close-knit mainframe IT shop, the dozen techies have a regular game they play: Spot the Bonuses. Read More ▶

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CW@50: A look at life on the job in IT through cartoons
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CW@50: A look at life on the job in IT through cartoons

Unforgiving boom-and-bust cycles, skills that go stale overnight, outsourcing: IT careers aren’t all signing bonuses, Ping-Pong tables and beanbag chairs. Here’s a look at life on the job in IT through the years, from the pen of Computerworld’s editorial cartoonist, John Klossner. Read More ▶

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