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Will having a B.A. in
Classics hinder me in any way?
It may a little bit, but the market's really good
right now for tech writing, and there are plenty of
non-tech majors on this list who are successful tech
part of the degree focuses on archaeology, which
a heavy emphasis on report writing
Sounds good so far...
On another note... I just bought a book to teach
FrameMaker and XML. Does it matter *where* I acquire
As a newbie, you shouldn't be required to know these
tools right out of school, but learning about them
can't hurt. But teaching yourself a tool and using it
on the job are two completely different types of
skills. But like I said, it can't hurt. Glad to hear
you're so gung ho!
bswallow -at- poweradz -dot- com
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