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Current EE college student with questions for advanced technical writing assignment. (I am supposed to interview an Electrical Engineer about workplace writing expectations/requirements)...

1 - On a daily basis, how much time/energy do you spend on writing/producing documents?
2 - How often do you share responsibilities with coworkers in producing work related documents/writing?
3 - Did you feel that you were fully prepared to write the types of documents your current work-place requires at start of hire? Why/why not?
4 - What has been your biggest challenge and greatest strength when completing tasks which require writing?
5 - Which tools/apps does your company use in the workplace for writing?
6 - Have you become more confident in your writing/written communication skills since starting your EE career?
 
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Current EE college student with questions for advanced technical writing assignment. (I am supposed to interview an Electrical Engineer about workplace writing expectations/requirements)...

1 - On a daily basis, how much time/energy do you spend on writing/producing documents?
2 - How often do you share responsibilities with coworkers in producing work related documents/writing?
3 - Did you feel that you were fully prepared to write the types of documents your current work-place requires at start of hire? Why/why not?
4 - What has been your biggest challenge and greatest strength when completing tasks which require writing?
5 - Which tools/apps does your company use in the workplace for writing?
6 - Have you become more confident in your writing/written communication skills since starting your EE career?
Hi Sairajoy
Welcome, not really sure of what you are asking, is your question to comment on the 6 questions you have posted, or add some questions of our own?
 
SairaJoy

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Hi Sairajoy
Welcome, not really sure of what you are asking, is your question to comment on the 6 questions you have posted, or add some questions of our own?
Hi Pete999! Thanks for your response. I am looking to have the 6 questions answered by an Electrical Engineer. I want to get a sense of the writing requirements (emails, etc) that Electrical Engineers have to complete in the workforce - I hope that makes more sense? Sorry for the confusion!
 
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Hi - here’s my feedback from my office days, fwiw :

1. Tech doc time 30%of work time.
2. Shared responsibility with 80% of projects / tasks.
3. Initial Preparedness Factor, guesstimated at 30%. When you start at a new company you will always be learning new technology and process. Even as an experience engr you just get quicker at closing these knowledge gaps.
4. Strength - will not quit, challenge - patience to understand the requirements properly.
5. Tools - Ha, that’s a good one :) .
6. Yes, practice makes for increased accuracy, speed and effect.
 
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I would thank you,for your questions,then ask permission to collectivise the six,and answer them all,with one,short,interpretive dance routine...

Unconventional,i know...but i've yet to interview,and fail to get the position... ;)
 
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