Further education required?

Subject: Further education required?
From: lemondrop168 -at- hotmail -dot- com
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 8 Jul 2002 8:52:58


I finished an MA in English in May of this year, and I have experience
using Dreamweaver and various other web design programs. I am currently
looking for a job in the Dallas/Richardson TX area.

As you all know, web design jobs are scarce now, and as I scan the Sunday
Edition and Monster, it looks pretty bleak for me, in competition with
millions of out-of-work web designers. So I humbly resuest your opinions
on the following questions:

--What should I do to make myself marketable in terms of furthering my
education?
--What should I know besides HTML to make myself marketable...?

As a complete newbie in the job market, I don't know how to even begin
looking for a job in web design, and I am concerned that my job as
webmaster for the graduate college, and my little resume webpage, will pale
in comparison with others' accomplishments, professional or educational.
Help!!!


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