Re: Skills and Know-how
Thanks for the many reponses to T.W. Background. For
the last question, Does the future of T.W. look
bright, some responded 'if you're good and have a
What kinds of programs and knowledge are standard
for entry-level positions? I attend an engineering
school and study tech. comm. as a major., but I'm not
studying to be an engineer. Many of those who reponded
had engineering backgrounds. Am I at a disadvantage? I
can pick up new concepts and programs fairly quiclkly,
but there is a lot that I still don't know. Any
Leanr how to write well. Very well. Practice, practice, practice, then practice some more. Get feedback from good teachers and editors. Then practice even more.
Knowledge of various engineering subjects and of tools can be learned (not all easily, of course), but good writing is a rare and underappreciated gift.
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