RE: Career Upgrade

Subject: RE: Career Upgrade
From: Ed Klopfenstein <eklopfenstein -at- proclarity -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 29 Aug 2002 08:50:05 -0600


Jeffrey wrote >
Sorry to be a downer, but this is not a pleasant industry at the moment.
Probably will be again in a few years.>

I agree that the industry is in a slump, but if you know how to write in C,
C++, and Java, you shouldn't have a tough time finding work. Here in the
Boise area, Micron and HP are begging for technical writers with programming
skills. And they're paying well for those skills. Check out the Monster and
Manpower Web sites for this area.

If you're still having trouble finding work, get certified in one of your
languages or cross the fence and contract out as a developer.

I feel you make your own luck when jobs are concerned, and that comes from
being positive and searching for opportunities that tie into your career
goals.

Be positive, dude. This is an excellent industry to be in now!

Regards;

Ed Klopfenstein


Technical Writer
ProClarity Corporation
PO Box 8064
Boise, ID 83707
eklopfenstein -at- proclarity -dot- com
http://www.proclarity.com



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