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Our shop is considering merging "Systems Training" & "Systems Documentation."
Those of us involved think this might be a good idea, especiallly since we
duplicate a lot of written doc. One of the issues, however, has to do with
salary. Specifically, the difference between what a trainer and tech writer
earn. Does anybody have any general guidelines on this? Also, since this is some
what off list, are there better resources I might consult? Ultimately, what I'd
like to know is the salary spread for trainers.
TIA for your input.
crudorf -at- mbsbooks -dot- com
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