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Subject:Re: Defining The Entry Level Tech Writer From:Karen Kay <karen -at- WORDWRITE -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 21 Apr 1998 11:33:22 -0700
George Mena said:
> Are you an entry-level sort of guy? Right now, for the computer
> industry, I'd probably have to say yes.
This was my response also. My feeling is that someone coming in from
another field can progress faster than the normal entry-level person,
but that starting out near the bottom is appropriate. (I say this
haveing btdt, not liking this response from others when I was in this