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I like being a tech writer, and I think this is a respectable
profession, so don't get me wrong. But Ole must certainly be kidding
about wanting to become a tech writer at this point. You're a
resident, and NOW you want to leave? Oh brother!
Well, maybe you really, really hate being a doctor, and you really,
really love to write. My suggestion: continue with your present
career, and write a best seller.