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Subject:Re: Hot to Trot Places (the European pe From:John Fulton <jfulton -at- LSI-DSP -dot- CO -dot- UK> Date:Tue, 29 Apr 1997 16:23:21 +0000
John_Trollope -at- WATSONWYATT -dot- COM wrote:
>According to Digitext, the agency for Technical Writers who landed me my
>(bless them!), South London is the place to be in the UK for technical
>and translation - and that's exactly where they found me a job.
Hi, John. I found the same thing (in fact, I think I was scheduled to go
to a Watson Wyatt interview when I took my current job a couple of months
back!) but other areas aren't too badly served - there are quite a few
tech writing jobs in the Midlands, especially around Birmingham - and
Birmingham Business Park, near the NEC, in particular: in a single
two-week period, there were three openings there...