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Subject:Re: More Low Paying Jobs From:Phil Snow Leopard <philstokes03 -at- googlemail -dot- com> To:Matt Gras <mattgras -at- comcast -dot- net> Date:Sat, 10 Mar 2012 09:55:18 +0700
I welcome this kind of post and other general info on the list about what is happening in the TC field.
On 10 Mar 2012, at 02:15, Matt Gras wrote:
> I think it's useful to know about trends affecting our profession -- and it does seem to me that employers are generally scaling back on the pay they're willing to give us. Even here in Seattle I've seen my pay go down. And I can easily imagine being desperate enough to take a $13/hr technical editing job, if that's all I could find.
>> From: "John Posada" <jposada99 -at- gmail -dot- com>
>> Just wondering...what is the purpose for these kinds of posts?
>>> This was just listed today in Vermont. It doesn't look entry level to
>>> The rate is $13 an hour.
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