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Have you seen a job in technical writing that didn't involve business
analysis to a lesser or greater degree? The same with Poject
management...every technical writing effort is a project and all but
the most novice of writers need to know how to manage it.
> It might be in one particular field, but I can't see why this
> would mean anything to someone trying to hire a writer
> if the job didn't involve business analysis.
> > My friend wrote that it appears that IIBA may be the
> > hot new must-have certification.
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