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Subject:Re: What's next after tech. writing (#40910) From:Anne Weiler <annew -at- CHANCERY -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 6 Jun 1996 10:15:53 -0700
In article <199606051602 -dot- KAA07416 -at- micron -dot- com>, wburns -at- micron -dot- com wrote:
> >In article <19960605 -dot- 104723 -dot- 417727 -dot- NETNEWS -at- VM -dot- SAS -dot- COM>, Henry Crews
> ><Henry_Crews-AHC001 -at- email -dot- mot -dot- com> writes:
> >|> 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
> >|> on to with technical writing experience?
User interface design and design specifications writing.
Anne Weiler --annew -at- chancery -dot- com
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