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Subject:Re: What's next after tech. writing From:Phil Block <pblock -at- EXECPC -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 5 Jun 1996 20:16:22 -0500
On Wed, 5 Jun 1996, Henry Crews wrote:
> I'm a new tech. writer and new to this list. Technical writing is not my
> first job choice but my new position offered good experience and a good
> raise. I was wondering what career areas are available for a person to move
> on to with technical writing experience?
-- snip --
After accumulating 12 years experience in paper doc, marketing
communications, and training materials development, I moved on to
full-time web page development. Learned HTML and other Internet-related
areas on my own, in my spare time. Had a couple of employee-sponsored web
projects along the way. Also had a brief interlude of online help
exposure (RoboHelp) earlier this year. (Online help and HTML are quite
Sr. Web Page Designer (aka Sr. Technical Communications Analyst)
Email: pblock -at- execpc -dot- com
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