40, 000 to 100, 000 a year
A document specialist works in technical, educational, government, business industries. There are no educational requirements for most document specialist jobs, though some may require a bachelor's degree related to the industry. A document may be electronic records, written sources, manuals, multimedia products, skills include word processing, and an expertise in the industry.
A document specialist working as a technical writer is responsible for creating and delivering a comprehensive message to the select audience. Technical document specialists manage the flow of information to help improve products or services.
Electronic Document Specialist
The electronic document specialist is responsible for the process involved in the development of security, maintenance and disposition of electronic records for a school district or government.
Document specialists use software to produce a variety of publications, for instance newsletters, catalogs, menus, magazines, utilizing a variety of pictures and text formats.
Document specialists must have a working knowledge of the industry, writing and word processing, desktop publishing skills and some industries require bilingual skills.