Pure tech writing, yes. I’m a systems engineer first with a BA in English and a graduate certificate in professional writing (post-grad work). I produce about 100 pages of documentation a month for my team. Granted, most of it’s screenshots, but it’s documentation that didn’t exist.
Documenting a program’s functionality for a user is easy to export. Documenting domain structure, services, networks, storage configurations, standards, policies and procedures, etc. is not something that can be outsourced with any efficiency.
I’m working in a large corporate client’s infrastructure group’s offices. The documentation on that stuff is uneven, older stuff is often non-existent, and I have no faith that in 3-5 years when systems going in today need to be refreshed, anyone will know where the doc they do produce will be located.
It’s pretty interesting.
LOL. How quaint. You think the folks driving outsourcing care about efficiency? HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
Dude, what have you been smoking? LOL