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Subject:Re: Too Many Jobs?!?!?!?!? From:SCN User <alfa33 -at- SCN -dot- ORG> Date:Fri, 4 Dec 1998 00:07:04 -0800
I ran into this same situation WAAAYYY back when I was doing engineering
work with some of the aircraft companies. There were only 5 or 6
places in USA where "real" aviation work ( with a "real" paycheck ) was
available. If you wanted to live elsewhere, you were SOL!
Could it be that technical writing is going the same way?
On Thu, 3 Dec 1998, Elna Tymes wrote:
> Roger Morency wrote:
> > I keep wondering why companies continue to try to grow in highly competitive
> > recruiting markets when other options exist.
> > These companies need to look at where they are expanding. Companies that
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W.J. Worthington, III
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