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I've updated the TECHWR-L Poll with a new question:
You're a technical communicator and your highest
earned degree is:
* An undergraduate degree in technical communication
* A Master's degree in technical communication
* A Ph.D. in technical communication
* An undergraduate degree in another field
* A Master's degree in another field
* A Ph.D. in another field
* A degree not listed above (e.g., J.D.)
* None of the above, because you're a student
* None of the above/other