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Subject:Financial Technical Writing From:Sue Ellen Adkins <sea -at- NETCOM -dot- COM> Date:Sun, 19 Oct 1997 14:07:57 -0700
Jim Chavallier wrote:
>Financial writing is also considered technical communication (if you don't
>think it's technical, try describing the structure of a new offering in
>simple yet accurate language.) It also pays beautifully, for those with the
>right qualifications. A friend of mine with a Harvard MBA claimed she never
>charged less than $100 an hour.
Do you know what the "right" qualifications are? Or where someone could