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Subject:Re: Tech Writer Position in Northern VA From:David Mitchell <mitchell -at- SKY -dot- NET> Date:Thu, 9 Nov 1995 22:53:32 +0000
I agree. I live in Kansas City, which has a much lower cost of
living, and my impression was that the amount was very low.
> I was a bit surprised, to say the least, by the salary for this position.
> Is this really the going rate for the DC area? Seems very low to me.
> Caryn Rizell
>> Technical Writer $23K - 26K (based on experience level)
>> The Arlington, VA office of a custom software consulting firm is seeking a
>> <<highly motivated>>, creative, and diverse Technical Writer to handle a
>> variety of writing projects.
>> Who we are: A fast-paced, yet very stable software development consulting
>> firm. Who we love: people who are driven to excel -- people who create
>> opportunities and run with them. Who we need: A experienced Technical
>> Writer/Editor (at least 2 years, please) with a degree in English (or other
>> Liberal Arts degree with writing/communications emphasis) and proficiency in
>> Word 6 and WP 5.1 (Dos). Any other packages (like Doc-To-Help) would be a
>> definite plus.
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