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These days, technical writing is a promising field ( ) you can find a good job.

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    What do you think? – BillJ Jan 23 at 13:02
  • I think it's 'in which". and you? (what do you think?) – user107850 Jan 23 at 18:05
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The most correct and most formal way would be

These days, technical writing is a promising field in which you can find a good job.

In less formal contexts, this would also be acceptable

These days, technical writing is a promising field which you can find a good job in.

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  • Thank you! Jacob Lee-hart! :) I agree with your answer. but my english teacher said that this answer is "whose" (I don't know why?) . I couldn't agree that. so, I decided post it. – user107850 Jan 23 at 17:43
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Not strictly a relative pronoun, yet a relative word that combines well enough with field in this context: where. Here's a similar example from the book How to Get a Good Job After 50: A step-by-step guide to job search success (by Rupert French):

... social media enables you to to more easily build a network of contacts within the field where you are hoping to find employment.

https://books.google.ru/books/content?id=0mUMBgAAQBAJ&pg=PA153&img=1&zoom=3&hl=en&sig=ACfU3U0TJvVGilClGXMPQ-OucJOTW03a6A&w=1280

Another one (from: Layoff Survival Guide: Are You About to Be Laid Off or Fired? - by Ade Asefeso):

It doesn't really matter if the job you are going to take part-time participation at is related to the field where you have previously worked.

https://books.google.ru/books/content?id=9cUYAgAAQBAJ&pg=PT86&img=1&zoom=3&hl=en&sig=ACfU3U13loi3yWZ6ikwBtVEbddWV9fGv8w&w=1280

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