I tried to copy and paste a snippet, but I can't choose just one snippet. The part that made me laugh was this (emphasis mine):
We’re looking for candidates with 4+ years of professional experience related to high-tech products and services. Right now, you may be a product or project manager, information architect, technical writer, user researcher, usability engineer—or a dilettante in a high-tech job who knows there must be a better way to design and develop products.
They want someone who enjoys synthesizing ideas and is a strong writer. Gosh, that sounds familiar.
I figured I was shut out of any kind of technology design work, because I don't have a degree in computer science or in design. No idea I could get paid for the process of analyzing, finding elegant solutions to things, and explaining it to other people. I thought those were things you just did in the course of your real work, whatever it was, if you had time to improve things -- not something you could get paid to apply to various kinds of "real work," even though that's exactly how I think about it all the time.