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I had a manager once who only considered me to be working if he could hear
key-clicks. I was designing an entire ISO documentation control system and
writing all the documents from scratch -- there was a fair amount of
thinking time involved, d-uh! He was a moron in general and we did not stay
under the same roof for long.
Talk to them about this click-measurement piece and your concern. It's
perfectly okay to pay a typist by key-click. If they have not considered
the difference between writing and typing, and are not going to pay you for
thinking time, run away.
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