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> Stephen McDermott wrote:
> But my early years as a technical writer are important to document also,
> showing increased responsibility for content, style, and distribution.
Are they really *that* important? If you can show me how responsible you
are now, does it matter that you worked your way up from having no
responsibility at all? As a potential client, I'd care more about your
present capabilities than how far you've come.