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Just trying to get a sense of the money range I should be looking for in the Denver area (not as expensive as the coasts but it sure ain't the Midwest). I've got 10 years of experience doing the whole soup-to-nuts documentation cycle: templates, style guide, learning the technology, explaining it, a little training, using appropriate techniques to enhance student development, etc. I've documented Java and other programming languages, report tools, accounting, e-commerce, and so on. I do a little coding for examples but am not A Programmer. I've co-written a book on StarOffice, including a lot of heavy system configuration stuff.
I know I'm underpaid now; any suggestions? (Any job offers? ;> ) 70k, 80k, ?
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