I've read lots of posts that talk about "type of", "sort of" and "kind of".
This post focuses on a particular scenario rather than a general discussion.
I guess the following expression is idiomatic.
Most of my time is spent experimenting with different designs and ideas and seeing what looks good, because attention to detail is important in this kind of work.
I got a sense that kind of work is a very commonly used expression and other 2 expressions seem not that commonly used. So, is it still idiomatic if I substitute "type of" for "kind of"
attention to detail is important in this type of work
or substitute "sort of" for "kind of"
attention to detail is important in this sort of work