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I've noticed that. I see a lot of posts on Twitter for DC Metro gigs
(full time). I looked at a few thinking they were reposts. Nope, they
all appear to be different jobs.
But I'm not about to uproot my kids, especially with my older daughter
now in an excelerated program in middle school (taking some HS classes
and honors classes). I can understand moving while kids are young, but
it has to be one hell of an opportunity to get me to uproot my kids
now that they are fully integrated into schools and activities. It'll
take much more than "a job" to get me to move. I can get "a job"
anywhere, doing anything. It may not be the best job, or what I want
to ultimately be doing, but if it keeps my kids happy, it's enough for
Now, if these jobs allowed remote work...
On Fri, Jul 31, 2009 at 8:06 AM, Dan
Goldstein<DGoldstein -at- riverainmedical -dot- com> wrote:
> I hate to encourage anyone to pack up and move, but Metro DC continues
> to be very friendly to skilled tech writers.
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