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> That's why I went into tech writing. I agree that 21K is a pretty
> salary for a tech writer, but it beats what I made driving a truck.
Or stocking frozen food at the Pathmark on nightshift for $5.75.
BTW...was there something in that job add that specified the rate
being passed around? It could have very well been $50-60 and
hour...or did I miss something?
John Posada, Senior Technical Writer
Current gig ending 4/15 mailto:john -at- tdandw -dot- com, 732-259-2874
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