Subject: degrees
From: howard <hb -at- PENCIL -dot- U-NET -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 11 Dec 1998 07:45:48 +0000


Since technical
skills often come in spite of education in writing rather than as a part of
it, many of the especially qualified writers will have no degree.

Ideally, I would want to be somebody who has a TW degree that provides
strong technical and writing skills. If I also had three years publications
management experience using RoboHELP, FrameMaker, and could write HTML
(especially if I could also do SQL), I could go to work just about anywhere
I wanted. I would have met the requirements for about 99% of all jobs being


Wow! That leaves me 40 potential jobs at any one time!

Those are encouraging statistics. But statistics just the same.

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