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Subject:Re: Can this career be saved? From:beelia <beelia -at- gmail -dot- com> To:becca -at- di -dot- org Date:Mon, 6 Jun 2011 14:53:11 -0700
Programming skills are a specialty, most tech writing jobs in my area do not
quite right, you'd need that to apply.
On Mon, Jun 6, 2011 at 2:25 PM, Becca <becca_price -at- yahoo -dot- com> wrote:
> --- On Mon, 6/6/11, beelia <beelia -at- gmail -dot- com> wrote:
> > A lot depends on your location. Take a look at Dice.com and
> > see what tools
> > are cited in the job reqs in your area.
> i didn't know about Dice.com - thanks for the reference.
> There's only one tech writer job listed for SE Michigan, and that's calling
> for web development skills too, and DreamWeaver - I used a very early
> me out; I'm not a programmer. Broadening the description of what I'm
> looking for, they all want programming abilities in addition to tech
> documentation. Is this common?
> oh, well. It's a good resource to keep checking!
> does anyone here have any feelings about monster.com?
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