Re: Bone-headed Question
I'm finally graduating from college and entering that lone and
terrible world known as "the real world."
So my question is this: I've been everywhere from the highest
mountain to the lowest valley searching for technical writing jobs and
while I find a good number on various sites (LinkedIn, Monster, Yahoo
Jobs, and the local chapter of the STC in particular), I haven't found
too many positions that match my liking. Any thoughts on a good tech
writer job search engine?
I would prefer something more along the lines of end-user
documentation and training, but I'm okay with software documentation.
Any thoughts and ideas would be greatly appreciated. Oh, one more
thing. I have no problem with relocation either so local job search
engines would be most welcome.
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