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We have had recruiters calling us, DESPERATE for writers to work in
Telecommunications (this tends to be HW and SW--right now I'm doing
mostly HW, in my previous job I was doing mostly SW).
I'm in the Chicago area, and there are a lot of telecommunications
companies around here.
nmerhar -at- charlesindustries -dot- com
(Has Pippa eaten any manuals lately?)
> Is that job boom you all are experiencing out there in software
> documentation? Any of my fellow non-software-types experiencing the
> Mary Durlak Erie Documentation Inc.
> East Aurora, New York (near Buffalo)
> durl -at- buffnet -dot- net