A Guide to Writing Jobs in Chicago
iWrite Publications, 2007 - Authorship - 110 pages
Whether you are entering or re-entering the job market, if you have writing skills, we offer dozens of ways to make them pay. Includes suggestions about companies that hire, educational requirements for job entry, and professional resources for support and networking. Salary data and growth forecasts updated for 2007. Jobs, new information, appendices.
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