Re: Senior/junior level technical writing
Below is a discussion I had with someone offline...names have been deleted.
The issue I'd like to address is the part about senior/junior writers.
>From my perspective, the senior designation isn't based on the position
hierarchy at a location, but the writer's ability to perform their job at
varying degrees of complexity and independence and with certain levels of
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