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Want to feel good about your job, even if you have one of the
low-ball TW jobs we've just been discussing?
Go take a look at the current Mother Jones magazine, specifically
the cover article about internet shopping fulfillment, as it is
practiced within the good ole USofA.
Maybe companies that employ techwriters don't deliberately
locate their offices where they can pay the lowest possible
salaries, but other companies certainly have that as their
> -----Original Message-----
> From: William Sherman
> 5. I'm sure there is some occasional looks at lists like these by
> and if they see we are well aware of their pitiful pay, and let the
> know how bad it is, they may be forced to pay decent wages to get
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