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When I see the "excellent writing skills" requirement on a job
listing, it usually indicates an entry-level position and/or a
company that doesn't know much about tech. writing.
>>> Dennis Hays <dhays -at- NOVALIS -dot- COM> - 5/27/97 8:39 AM >>>
Have you noticed that when anywhen is looking for a writer, they want
excellent writing skills?
It's almost an oxymoron.
I've never seen anyone looking for *...someone with mediocre writing
Just a thought.
dhays -at- novalis -dot- com
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