Re: Certification -- what's in it for writers
I am dead set against certification. At age 53, I have gone though all the
hoops that I want to go through to get a job.
----- Original Message ----- From: "Jerry Franklin" <jerryfranklin -at- alumni -dot- northwestern -dot- edu>
Funny -- I'm 53, also, but I intend to jump through those certification
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