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I happen to believe that if this work is to be done right, the definition of
Professional fits just fine.
Senior Technical Writer
jposada -at- book -dot- com
Although she lives with seven other men, she's not easy.
------ Magic Mirror
John Posada wrote:
> >I disagree. STC could not have been any
> >more than it is unless technical
> >communication were in fact a profession.
> That's certainly your right. You just have no idea how much I disagree.
Well no, not until you tell me. ;-)
But the question here is a perfectly plain and simple one. Here are
definitions of the terms from Onelook.
Occupation: the principal activity in your life that you do to earn money
Profession: any type of work which needs special training or a particular
skill, often one which is respected because it involves a high level of
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