Re: Technical Writing vs. Professional Writing
From now on, I'm going with "professional writing."
I tell people "business writing." I used to say "professional writing," but too many people asked me about genres and I had to explain that I didn't write novels; I write business documents. "Business writing" still gets questions but people can somewhat relate to the answers about the types of documents that I write. "You know, those documents that tell you how to do your job."
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