Often known as Professional Communicators, Technical Writers develop articles and manuals to explain technical concepts in a way that is easier for end-users to understand. They adhere to the company's style guide and change obsolete or incorrect articles.
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Ability to work with technical writing tools
Research and exploration skills
Being good at single sourcing
Web design basics
Freelancing is one of the best approach
Generally gets promoted to technical counseller
Learning new strategies
Trapped with monotonous lifestyle
Need to do more mechanical work instead of copy pasting the existing work
GOT WHAT IT TAKES?
Good literary skills
Interesting Facts about the career
Technical writing communicates visually as well as verbally. Communication should follow an overall logic. One approach is descriptive, such as "Parts of a car engine". Another is the problem-solver: "How to change tyres". Practical encyclopedias usually inform and have how to do it sections. Medical encyclopedias are a good example. A medical encyclopedia provides information to readers about health questions.