Re: STC certification: what's in it for tech writers?
dot-com (and who now appear to have left both). Rates for technical writers
have fallen, yes, but as I see it, it's because there are fewer openings
even for those writers with the right chops, and the number of listings
requiring domain knowledge are an indication of what employers are really
using for resume screening.
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