Re: What's A TW Got To DO To Get A Job Around Here?!
I'm going to have to move, I guess. Nothing here in Boston for which I
qualify. Very few jobs advertised. Very depressing!
Things may be picking up. Monster.com, justtechwriterjobs.com, and several other job boards have Boston-area listings this week. They all seem to be from different companies. Some of them actually look like the work would be interesting. Most don't mention salary range, so I suspect they aren't offering premium pay rates, but you may find something tolerable to pay the rent and pet food bills.
wishing she saw the same market upswing here in Rochester NY
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