Re: Technical Communication Poll: Best Career Prospects
An offline discussion alerted me that my post below wasn't clear enough.
I wasn't talking about businesses that are starving for customers. I was
talking about tech writing jobs in organizations that don't *need*
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RE: Technical Communication Poll: Best Career Prospects: From: Dan Goldstein
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