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I am curious as to what you all may think about the effective number of large,
projects a single Tech Writer can or should undertake at one time to accomplish.
The company that I am working for has me "loaded" up with 5 large
each of which will finish somewhere between 75-140 pp, and moreover all of them
due within a week or two of each other.
I'm beginning to feel stressed beyond belief, but I want to be fair with myself
and the company.
So, maybe you could tell me what you think is appropriate or typical. Thanks,