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Subject:Degree From:Virgil Jones <virgil_jones -at- EMAIL -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 4 Dec 1998 14:07:18 -0500
I can identify with your posting. I work for a small company (been here 3-months) and I make under 30k a year. I don't have a degree. I have a Technical Communications Certificate which. I kinda fell into the job by accident. I was working at the front desk and there was an opening for a entry-level technical communicator position. Because of my enthusiasm I got the job. However, I wonder how many people out there have no degree and are working as technical communicators?
I'd like to here from those that don't have college degrees.
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