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Subject:tech writing - hot job From:"Frick, Geri" <Geri -dot- Frick -at- PSS -dot- BOEING -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 25 Nov 1998 06:02:58 -0800
> US News and World Report listed technical writing (and similar web-related
> fields) as one of "top 20 job tracks." Following is a press release about
> the report from the Society for Technical Communication.
> TECHNICAL WRITING ONE OF "20 HOT JOB TRACKS"
> The Oct. 26, 1998 issue of U.S. News and World Report features a series of
> articles on career opportunities for the new year. Page 85 of that issue
> includes information on technical writing, with quotes by Society for
> Technical Communication (STC) member Sharon Murphy and statistics from
> STC's 1998 Technical Communicator Salary Survey. You may be interested in
> seeing STC on the U.S. News and World Report Web site. The STC
> can be accessed through that site's home page, http://www.usnews.com, or
> directly at
> The Society for Technical Communication is the world's largest
> organization in its field, with more than 22,000 members in 144 chapters
> worldwide. Information about STC and its programs can be found at
> For more information, contact:
> Maurice Martin, STC Communications Director
> (703) 522-4114
Tell all your friends! :-)
> Geri Frick
> Technical Communicator
> Delivery Systems Certification & Training
> The Boeing Company
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