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geoff-h -at- MTL -dot- FERIC -dot- CA wrote:
> Why not list yourself with local "temporary office help"
> agencies such as Kelly? I suspect that lots of small
> businesses don't know the first thing about techwhirling
Kelly actually has a technical services division, and that's where you'd
be put as a tech writer. I did that years ago, when I was getting ready
to move across the country in a few months, and didn't want to take a
"real" job. Most of the bigger temp agencies handle technical people now
at some level or another.