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From: "Scott, Vester" <vscott -at- RPSPO1 -dot- ATLANTAGA -dot- ATTGIS -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 13 Jul 1995 10:46:00 PDT

You seem to have the most important prerequisite: a professional attitude.
Go for it.
Read a lot.
Write a lot.
Ask knowledgeable peers for critical reviews.
Write for publication in national periodicals and journals; editors usually
pull no punches.
Consider professional certification, as evidence that you've paid your dues.
If you need more education you'll know it.
Good Luck.
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Would it be realistic to find work as a technical writer with the
qualifications listed above or would it be better to get a degree in
technical writing?

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