Re: Fear and Loathing at the Job Site
I think the link between subject matter expertise and
content/design is becoming stronger and more crucial
as we speak. Maybe that scares a lot of us, as it
requires that we choose an area of specialization,
which might restrict the pool of employers for whom we
might work. Or would it make us more valuable?
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- RE: Fear and Loathing at the Job Site, Mark Baker
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