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A friend of mine can't seem to find a technical writing position that pays
over $65,000. Everyplace she looks is paying up to $50,000. She doesn't
want to go consulting because she needs a company with strong benefits.
Should she take less pay? What are the going rates for non-consulting,
technical writing positions?