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> My HR department has asked me to come up with a list of 7-10 questions
> can be used for pre-screening technical writer candidates. I've pondered
> issue for a few days and realize that this is not as simple as it might
> to be.
Obviously only one question is necessary:
1) What is more important to the technical writing process: structure, or