Re: Agriculture and Tech Writing

Subject: Re: Agriculture and Tech Writing
From: Gail Former <gail -dot- former -at- accenttech -dot- com>
To: Dash Barron <dashbarron -at- hotmail -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 29 Oct 2007 07:12:38 -0400

Consider farm equipment manufacturers as potential employers. Someone
has to write the manuals. Better it should be someone who has actually
used the type of equipment in question, and understands the needs of the
user. The same applies to any agricultural supplier. That's where I
would start my search. Consider applying for an intern's position with
one of these companies.

Gail Former

Dash Barron wrote:
> Among many jobs I work on a cash crop farm in Michigan doing a wide variety of tasks.


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