I want to be a salaried technical writer. How can I avoid constant turnovers in regards to my jobs.?
I want to be a salaried technical writer. I do not want to do freelance (except maybe on the side to earn extra money). But I am scared to enter the field because from what I have heard there is a constant fear of job turnover. How can I avoid constant layoffs on the job?
Asked By: James R - 2/27/2008
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Get a job in local, state or federal government.
Answered By: Michael M - 2/27/2008
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Work for a contract labor outfit or free-lance. And yes, I can confirm that the high turn over rate is real and not rumor.
Answered By: 7 - 2/27/2008
Give this choice a lot more thought. Add another skill set and certification. It is a tough go at the moment.
Answered By: Lantern Bearer - 2/27/2008
Its funny you asked that because I was just wondering why every technical writer at the company I work for gets let go... More
Answered By: LadyBug :-) - 2/27/2008
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