Re: movnign back to the Northeast

Subject: Re: movnign back to the Northeast
From: Bill Hartzer <XBJH%mimi -at- MAGIC -dot- ITG -dot- TI -dot- COM>
Date: Mon, 12 Aug 1996 07:57:40 -0500

Hi Nancy,

Just a thought; why don't you see if you can find a 'contract' position
in the NYC/Boston/Philly/DC area? It might give you a chance to get to
the area and see if you can start a practice there while not making a
full-time commitment? Often the rates are a lot better when you
contract, and you could probably get a per-diem expense if you were,
technically speaking, still from the Midwest.

Also, check out _Contract Employment Weekly_ magazine...will probably
have a lot of contacts/job listings.

Regards,
Bill Hartzer Bill Hartzer
Contract Technical Writer President
Texas Instruments, Inc. Highfield Marketing Group, Inc.
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