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Special Invitation to Professional Survey of Israeli Technical Co mmunicators
Subject:Special Invitation to Professional Survey of Israeli Technical Co mmunicators From:"Shapiro, Debbie [BWIIL]" <dshapiro -at- bwiil -dot- jnj -dot- com> To:"'techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com'" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com> Date:Wed, 1 Nov 2006 10:52:39 +0100
Do You live in Israel?
We are excited to invite you to participate in a comprehensive survey of
technical communicators in Israel. This survey, which has been several
months in the making, researches important aspects of technical
communicators in Israel.
* Where do we come from?
* Where do we work?
* How many are salaried vs. freelancers?
* What tools do we use?
* What are our specialities?
* What are our benefits and wages?
* and much much more.
This survey is completely anonymous. It has been designed in such a way that
should you decide to submit personal information, the personal information
cannot be correlated to your answers. We hope that this survey will provide
much valuable information on the status of our profession in Israel.
The survey is open from today, November 1 through November 30.
The results will be first announced only to participants who provide their
contact information (which is collected separately from the actual data),
and STC Israel members, in February of 2007, as part of our celebration of
our 40th Anniversary as a chapter in Israel, and the oldest chapter outside
of North America.