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> <...drastic labor shortage of technical writers...>
> David, I'll turn your remark --are YOU kidding?-- don't know where you
> live, but they're not exactly beatin' down our doors in this area for
They are here. I've received one email at home following a web search on
"technical writer" and a visit to my resume posted on my web site, plus one
agency call at the office this week already.
Denise L. Fritch
Sr. Tech Writer
Mountain View, CA