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Apologies to anyone that post offended. I don't mean to imply that a
degree is necessary to do stellar (or competent) writing at all, I was
the first person in my family to get a college degree and that was not
right out of HS. (whole other OT here about formal education and what
it's worth). You are obviously a talented person, and I know there are
many talented people who haven't completed or even attempted a college
John Posada wrote:
> the best economically, and I've seeing TW ads for people without a
> BA/BS(!!????). ...
Kathleen...Are they saying "We only want writers without a BA/BS" or
are you just incredulous that they aren't requiring a degree?
If it's the later...I don't have a degree and I've been writing quite
successfuly for over 10 years.
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