Re: Trouble finding work
I'm in Colorado, have 15 years of experience, my expertise is> online help, technical reference manuals, technical training
> in the software industry -- actually in 15 years, I've done
> pretty much everything a software tech writer can do. I have
> an excellent resume and impeccable references. I'm on just
> about every job list and respond to every lead that I'm
> qualified for.
> from my perspective. I don't think I've ever been out of work
By low hourly rates, I mean $20 per hour.
People are constantly telling the market is improving, but not
> this long (not even after 9/11). In other words, I'm always
> able to find work easily and that's just not the case these days.
> like in general, and to find out if others are having the same
I asked my question to try to get a feel for what the market is
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