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Subject:Re: Getting that degree (Append) From:Karen Kay <karenk -at- NETCOM -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 29 Nov 1993 16:18:35 PST
DA Smith said:
> to hear it, contact me privately. Temps see a lot)
Actually, I have questions about temping. Are you just doing it
while you are in school? Do you like it? What kind of stuff do
you do, word-processing or editing or writing? I'm going to be
looking for technical writing jobs in January, at the age of 42,
same as Karen Merrill. But I don't have a technical writing degree,
so I expect to put in some time temping.