Re: Job Posting and TW's No Respect

Subject: Re: Job Posting and TW's No Respect
From: Len Olszewski <saslpo -at- UNX -dot- SAS -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 8 Oct 1996 20:26:01 GMT

In article <325AB496 -dot- 5178 -at- mci -dot- com>, Phil Hellerman <Phil -dot- Hellerman -at- MCI -dot- COM>
writes:

[...]

|> Is something happening to the Technical Writing job market in which a
|> minimum of 3 years experience constitutes SENIOR level? The STC requires
|> 5 years continous membership before senior memeber status is granted.

Given the recent threads regarding how expensive it is getting in
certain geographic regions to hire tech writers, my guess is that you
can hire a Senior TW with 3 years of experience for less than it would
cost you to hire a Senior TW with 5 years of experience. And, you'd
still have a Senior TW on staff. For less money.

Seems to be an appealing enough notion, no? Just a guess.
--
Len Olszewski My opinions; you go get your own.
saslpo -at- unx -dot- sas -dot- com


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