Re: Education necessary for tech writing
> >A diploma course in business is considered by most employers a valuable
> >asset in someone they hire. Plus, it can come in very handy if you decide
> >you want to branch off into independent contract technical writing.
> >Of course having all this education would be the ideal. If you look through
> >"How I got started in technical writing" stories on the raycomm techwhirl
> >site you will see that many people there do not fit the ideal. Many of them
> >have instead gained tremendously valuable on the job experience in
> >writing which (usually) more than makes up for any lack of education.
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