Re: Alone from the start
So it appears that a number of people have been hiredOften, a first-timer has some writing credits, just not any in tech-writing. They may also have had a position where they had to set their own priorities in the past. In these situations, any risk in hiring a first-timer is minimal.
as first-time tech writers into situations where
they'd be working on their own. What would lead a
manager to take on a first-timer and have them work
Also, if a company is set up so that everybody sets their own everyday working priorities - a very common situation in small companies - naturally the writer would be expected to do the same.
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