Read the article “Experiences and Perspectives of Young Workers.” This is an article prepared by the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco in December 2016. You can find this in the same folder that you found these instructions.In approximately 4 pages (typed, double spaced), write an essay about your experiences as a worker and how it may differ or be similar to the report. About half of the paper should talk about your experiences while the other half should be a summary/critique of the paper. Papers that clearly show that you only skimmed the article (or did not read it at all, will get less than half credit. If you are not working right now (or ever) discuss your job search experiences. You may also scour the internet for other relevant information that you include in your essay.Make sure you include appropriate citations, as I want to check your sources. (APA or MLA style for citations, I am not picky.)
When writing your essay, please include in your discussion on the following concepts:
Grade will be based on the following:
This essay is due 5/12 (W) at 10 PM. Papers turned in up to 24 hours late, regardless of reason for being late, will get only a maximum of 10 points. Work emailed in after 24 hours from the due date will NOT be accepted, regardless of reason for being late.
This paper is worth 20 points. Though your grade is based on content, points may be lost if glaring grammatical errors and misspellings are present. Please note that I am strongly against plagiarism. I have way to check if what you wrote down is indeed your own. Papers that have large sections that were “cut and pasted” will receive a score less than 5/20. Plagiarized work will get zero points.
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