Re: Can this career be saved?
Programming skills are a specialty, most tech writing jobs in my area do not
quite right, you'd need that to apply.
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?
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