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From:news -at- BUBBA -dot- UCC -dot- OKSTATE -dot- EDU Date:Wed, 3 May 1995 10:38:16 CDT
To: techwr-l -at- vm1 -dot- ucc -dot- okstate -dot- edu
From: mgamman -at- lmsmgr -dot- lerc -dot- nasa -dot- gov (NANCY AMMAN)
Subject: Re: Career longevity
Date: 2 May 1995 08:05 EST
Message-ID: <2MAY199508050562 -at- lmsmgr -dot- lerc -dot- nasa -dot- gov>
>In article <199504102329 -dot- TAA25596 -at- pace1 -dot- cts -dot- mtu -dot- edu>, "Shelly M. LaRock"
<smlarock -at- mtu -dot- edu> wrote:
>read a posting by someone saying that it's rare for
>a tech writer to stay at a job for more than 2 or 3 years.
>Is this true???
I've stayed at the same scientific and technical editing job for 9 1/2 years.
Things have been pretty shaky this year, however. :)
nancy -dot- l -dot- amman -at- lerc -dot- nasa -dot- gov
My opinions are my own.