Folks, if you’re looking for a job (especially post-graduation), I suggest doing a google search on “technial writing in CT”. I’m seeing a lot of jobs there. Some require experience, some not. One of the links is to a site called SimplyHired, which also lists a lot of tech writing jobs. Tech writing covers a very wide range of different kinds of writing–reports, technical documents (which usually don’t require deep knowledge of the material–the subject matter experts handle that), white papers, instruction manuals, user guides, help information, coporate communications (both internal and external), etc. Some jobs are contract (temporary) and some are long-term/permanent. If you need a job, this is an avenue you can’t afford not to explore.
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