Re: Does this job exist?
How common is it to find full-time permanent jobs (need those health
benefits) that value versatility over specialization?
Are there certain types of businesses that need versatility and provide
variety and that regularly hire full-time tech writers? What are they?
Any recommendations on where to look and how to market myself would be
greatly appreciated. I've already sent resumes to most of the contract
houses in my area and I'm monitoring a few job boards including the local
STC site. I'm in the Twin Cities area if anyone has more specific knowledge.
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