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In article <364mo4$ds2 -at- newsbf01 -dot- news -dot- aol -dot- com>, mmb1 -at- aol -dot- com (MMB1) writes:
|> Calling all expatriate tech writers...
|> Is there anyone out there who has lived and worked overseas as a tech
|> writer? (Are there even jobs out there, or do most foreign software
Over here! Look at me! I've been in England almost 5 years from LA.
|> companies hire only native speakers to write the English versions of their
Most companies prefer native English speakers.
|> documentation?) If so, I'd like to find out how you found the job, where
|> you're working, and if you like it! Plus any pitfalls, of course!
I sent out about 150 resumes. I'm at Oracle now, but I was at IBM. If I
didn't like it, I'd leave :-). Too many pitfalls to list. Want 'em
alphabetically or at random?
|> Thx/rgds, Madeline Bechtold (mmb1 -at- aol -dot- com or mmb -at- qad -dot- com)