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Subject:Re: Middle five figures From:"Marlene J. Geary" <marlene -at- NECA -dot- COM> Date:Sat, 22 Feb 1997 18:06:32 -0500
>> If you really aren't making "even close" to middle five figures (not
>> to mention middle five fingers), you are either a relative novice at
>> the tech writing game or you just aren't being paid what you are
>Be careful about such broad statements, Tony. Isn't
>it true that where you live has a lot to do with it?
>FWIW, I, too, fall under this mark.
>LaVonna F. Funkhouser lffunkhouser -at- halnet -dot- com
>COREComm Webmaster webmaster -at- corecomm -dot- com
LaVonna' right Tony. And you must consider the *size* of the company for
which a Writer/Editor (that's my title) is working. Gosh, our Systems
Integration engineers are only just reaching the middle five figure number.
Salaries are proportional to the rest of the company, aren't they?