RE: The Best TC/TW/TE Education...commentary
John Posada [mailto:jposada01 -at- yahoo -dot- com]
~> Getting a degree in TW is fine...it will make you feel very
~> comfortable. However, from an employer's perspective...what does it
~> do for THEM. The problem with being trained as a technical writer is
~> that you may know how to write, but you still cannot prove a
~> definable anything to write ABOUT.
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