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There is the Amercian Society of Indexers and their website used to be
asi.org. Jim Jones
Kay Honaker asked
>All this talk of indexes (and my recent work experience with same) has made
me wonder about something.
>Are there salaried positions where indexing is the only work done?
>Do most writers index as part of their writing jobs?
Heidi Arnold answered
-- there are two basic categories of index -- back of the book index, and
research databases which index reference material -- publishing houses may
outsource back of the book indexes, whereas research databases are made
through an extensive process that involves full-time staff --
the major database producers, a list of which is at any library, would have
job listings --
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