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In my first Tech Writer job, I was hired to write technical manuals for
off-road equipment because I
? knew a little mechanical, hydraulic and electrical stuff,
? liked messing with mechanical, hydraulic and electrical stuff,
? had written things occasionally in my previous job as a technical
I was to replace a temp that was scheduled to leave as soon as she showed me
the ropes. I soon realized what a valuable resource she was to the company
(and to me), and persuaded them to hang on to her. She stayed on as a temp
for another year before I convinced them to hire her permanently.
So... I guess while I was hired as a solo writer, I WAS part of a (small)
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