Here’s a round-up of all the Q&As we’ve got coming up on Guardian Careers this week. Be sure to join us this afternoon to find out more about the careers available in digital book publishing…

As ebooks boom, publishers are preparing themselves for a future where the digital book is king. But what does it mean for the industry? Find out about Opportunities in digital book publishing, today, 13 September, between 1pm—4pm:

We’ll then be taking a look at Routes into energy research, 14 September, 1pm—4pm. Want to know more about how you can get involved in the cutting-edge energy research taking place across the UK? Ask our experts in a live Q&A:

We’ve got a great panel of probation officers lined up to tell you about their working life on Wednesday — they’ll be taking your questions about training and working in this role. Join them in our Working as a probation officer web chat on 15 September between 1pm—4pm:

There has been a surge of interest in working in the banking industry so we’ve assembled a panel of experts to tell you about Routes into banking on 16 September between 1pm—4pm. Find out more about the skills and qualifications you’ll need to break into this sector here:

As always, advance questions are most welcome — get in early to be sure of a response. While you are posting questions for our experts, check out our campaign to employ Kyle…

Unemployed graduate Kyle Clarke has set up an e-bay style website to encourage prospective employers to bid for his services. But will it work? We want to hear what you think. Is it a good idea? Which employers would go for such an approach? Have you got an idea of somebody who is crying out for a grad like Kyle on their team? Post your comments and suggestions here:

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