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Technical writing is a fabulous career for anyone who loves research and writing. If you have a degree in accounting, engineering, biotechnology, or computer technology, consider becoming a technical writer (technical author in the UK). You don't necessarily need a degree to become a technical writer but it doesn't hurt. The alternative is to get a technical writing certificate. It's imperative to know how to write for technical and non-technical audiences. If you're able to convey information to both of these audiences, you'll have a successful career as a technical writer.
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<strong>Technical Writing Tips and Tricks</strong>
<strong>Know your target audience</strong>. Are you writing for a technical or non-technical audience? These are two different audiences. One will understand 'technical jargon' and the other won't. Make sure you use verbiage that the <u>end user</u> will understand.