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Subject:What is a Senior Technical From:Tony Rocco <tony_rocco -at- NAVIS -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 12 Jun 1996 17:09:19 U
The term Senior Technical Writer gets bandied about quite a lot. Most job
notices specify a senior-level writer, never just a regular old technical
writer. I want to know what distinguishes a senior level writer from an
intermediate one from a junior one. Are there any universally accepted
criteria? Is it simply number of years? Also, please don't use this message
as a jumping off point for another tedious discussion about certification.I
don't want to hear the pros and cons of that again.
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