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Subject:Entry Level position From:Emily Betters/Shiva Corporation <ebetters -at- SHIVA -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 14 Jan 1997 11:49:33 EDT
I recently graduated college in May with a BS in Technical Communications, and
have taken a job as an entry level technical writer. But since I came on board
I have been doing publishing work and little writing. For example I converted
700 files from Word to HTML. Since I am one of very few that in my department
that knows HTML, I acquired this task. Now I am a HTML project leader....in a
entry level technical writing position and salary.
My question to you all is am I doing still doing an entry level job?