Re[2]: Tech.Writing Internship [Ref:C841208]

Subject: Re[2]: Tech.Writing Internship [Ref:C841208]
From: Tom Tomasovic <Tom -dot- Tomasovic -at- NA -dot- NWMARKETS -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 11 Apr 1997 17:43:06 +0100

Jon (et al):

Experience with a word processor, a spreadsheet,
and a web browser unreasonable or excessive?

If the requirement were to be advanced level in
all of them, I might agree, but I am not sure
anyone could put themselves out on today's market
at ANY level as a technical communicator using a
pen and paper, a calculator, and a telephone.

I would also venture a guess (I hope I am not out
of line) that a really good candidate, lacking in
experience with one of the three might be
considered on the strength of other qualifications
(e.g., an expert Framer, who had never really
spent much time on the Net).

Regards,

Tom

<<Tom -dot- Tomasovic -at- na -dot- nwmarkets -dot- com>>

My humble opinion alone. No flames to anyone or
implications to NatWest intended.


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Subject: Re: Tech.Writing Internship [Ref:C841208]
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Date: 4/11/97 3:51 PM


How many entry-level personnel are exposed to all of the tools you
mention prior to getting out into the working world?

Jon Leer
Leer Technical Communications

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