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Then read these articles carefully before committing yourself any further…
In this day and age of economic recession and uncertainty, you need to hear the unvarnished facts in order to make a better decision regarding your future path.
Follow-up on ARTICLE 1: http://chronicle.com/jobs/news/2009/03/2009031301c.htm
Blog commentary on both articles:
After reading these articles you can perhaps make a better decision about whether you’d like to become a technical communicator or continue to be one.
Everything is relative in life. Before you can decide whether A is good or not, you might want to compare it to B, C and D. That’s what these articles help us accomplish — draw up a comparative frame of reference about job prospects out there.
Sometimes we all need the benefit of such “peripheral vision” in order to assess where we’re heading for in life and the chances of success in our chosen field of specialization.