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> I have to disagree vehemently with Glenn Maxey's
> suggestion to assign this task to a junior tech writer. Some of it, maybe,
> depends on the scope of your project. Honestly, if I were the junior tech
> an (easily) $100,000 budget and all the responsibility that goes with it,
> I'd be asking for a raise and a promotion and running out the door a year
> later to the first company that offered me a job as a translation manager.
I was struck by this because I used to work for a competitor of Linda's
employer (Spacelabs Medical). My manager there did appoint a new tech writer
as Translation Coordinator. Six months (no foolin!) later she was hired at
twice the money by a little software shop across the street called Microsoft
to be a translation manager.
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