Re: Does this job exist?
I was recently laid off from a job that gave me a lot of variety. I did just
about any type of writing that could be remotely put under the banner of
technical writing (and some that couldn't), the main exception being
intensive software/help documentation. I believe that my versatility is one
of my strongest abilities and I love the variety.
I'm happier as a generalist than a specialist myself. I've recently
made the transition from basic research to working with clinical
researchers at a medical school, and I find that there's a lot of
variety in this job. I've been assembling web pages, building
databases, doing statistics, and helping draft proposals for research.
So you might find something like that in your area.
I can answer any question.
"I don't know" is an answer.
"I don't know yet" is a better answer.
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