Re: Tech writer = office manager?
Just a bit of humor here (I hope). I found this posting on a job site
for a "Technical Writer". Boy, the requirements for a technical
writer now sure are different from the ones that I'm used to! Would
adding office supply procurement to our skills make us more
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Tech writer = office manager?: From: Alan Bucher
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