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Subject:Re: Salary surveys From:Bev Clark <bclark -at- GRACE -dot- RT -dot- CS -dot- BOEING -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 14 Dec 1994 12:37:42 PST
I'm also looking for information on current salaries, so I'd appreciate it
if anyone could direct me to a source of same, especially for the Pacific
Northwest. I'm looking for salary averages and ranges for communication
managers, writer/editors (especially those with more than 10 years of
experience), and graphics specialists, in both technical communication and
public relations or business communication.
Please send any information to me at my personal email address. Thanks!
By the way, I've just been on this list about a week. What's the etiquette
here? Is it standard practice for newbies to introduce themselves?
bclark -at- grace -dot- rt -dot- cs -dot- boeing -dot- com
Boeing Computer Services Research and Technology
My opinions are my own, not those of The Boeing Company.