Why don’t you just take it down entirely? It’s already basically non-functional.
I like there being a record of out-of-date recommendations and tools on the 80K site [edit: so I know how they’ve updated, and so I can access the parts of old resources that aren’t out of date].
A curated list of Archive links might work OK as a replacement, I suppose. But in general, given that various pages have accumulated offsite hyperlinks over the years, I think it’s more informative to plaster giant “this content is out-of-of-date because X” disclaimers on the relevant pages, rather than just taking the page down.
That applies to most of the deprecated pages, but doesn’t apply to the quiz, because its results are based on the database of existing career reviews. The fact that it gives the same results for nearly everybody is the result of new reviews being added to that database since it was written/calibrated. It’s not actually possible to get it to show you the results it would have showed you back in 2016 the last time it was at all endorsed.
Yep, the quiz may be an exception! I was commenting on the general thread of discussion on this page “just take everything down that’s out of date,” and the quiz subthread was just the one that caught my eye. My apologies for making it sound like the quiz in particular is the thing I want preserved; I don’t have a strong view on that.
Perhaps the case for keeping the page up has something to do with the page being highly ranked on Google search...