Technical Communication

@ivan88 (193)
December 16, 2012 6:33pm CST
I have recently graduated form this post-graduate program from York University, Toronto, Canada. I know that this field is fairly fresh, and there isn't a lot of publicity for it out there. It is not as well-known as some other jobs, but I already have learned that the opportunity in this one is enormous. I would be interested in the sectors of this field that would enable me to work form home. Are there any recommendations from the more experienced writers here? Does anybody work as a Technical Writer/Communicator? Just to give some people an idea - Technical Communication is the field, in which people are working on manuals/user guides, technical instructions form anything of a mechanical, software or other technical nature. The main employers in this field are MDG, IBM, car manufacturers, appliances manufacturers.
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@subhojit10 (7382)
• India
17 Dec 12
Thanks a ton for sharing this discussion. Well that is great to hear that in spite of knowing that this is a less publicized subject than others u want to explore this area is really commendable and i think this should be the spirit of students who get frustrated with a particular area and then switch on to another field. Well u can look out for the aforesaid jobs and opportunities online and i am sure there are many job portal sites who are posting such jobs. Just go for it. What say?
• New York, New York
19 Feb 14
An interesting discussion is worth comment. I thinks you should write more on this topic.
• New York, New York
19 Feb 14
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