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Once again, I'd like to ask for the advice and opinions of the list
After 9 years of software technical documentation, I'm making a transition
out of technical writing into a broader role, such as product
management/marketing. (I'm looking for a coordination role that has lots
of variety and visibility.)
If you or anyone you know is considering tranferring technical
communication skills into a related field, I'd like to hear your thoughts.
If you or anyone you know has done it, I'd like to hear your experiences.
Thanks very much!
Member of Technical Staff - Principal Technical Writer
Burlington, Massachusetts, USA
JTorpie -at- EaselCor -dot- mhs -dot- compuserve -dot- com <-------- new address!