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The Denver Post rarely has tech writing jobs listed under "Technical
Writing". Most of the time, they're included under "Computer Science".
Also, some of the big display ads in that section will list a bunch of
jobs at a large employer or being filled by a recruiting or consulting
firm, and a tech writer position may be in a list of jobs (most of which
will be for programmers, of course).
FRx Software Corporation mailto:ddvorkin -at- frxsoft -dot- com
> From: Amy G. Peacock[SMTP:apeacock -at- WOLFENET -dot- COM]
> Sent: Friday, July 03, 1998 12:33 PM
> To: TECHWR-L -at- LISTSERV -dot- OKSTATE -dot- EDU
> Subject: tech writting ads
> Hi all! I bought a Sunday paper thinking, "Gee, I'll look for
> technical writing positions..." Lo and behold, I have NO idea what key
> words to look for in the want ads. I looked under "Technical writing"
> and briefly under "high-tech" - any other suggestions?
> Maybe I should just look at all of them? :)