Talk to a few people (about 2 – 3) about the writing they do for their jobs. Try to find people who work in different kinds of jobs. The people you select can be family members, friends, relatives, co-workers, etc. Ask them to describe any writing they do in their jobs and the media they regularly use, such as websites, emails, company servers, and social media. Ask them about the challenges they face as writers in their workplaces. Also, ask them for their advice about preparing for workplace writing. Write a report about two-pages in length where you share what you have learned from this exercise about workplace writing and how a writing course might help you build both academic and workplace writing skills. For each person that you report about, write a paragraph addressing items 1,2, 3 (see above) about their workplace writing experiences. You will have about 2-3 paragraphs, one for each person in your report. In a last paragraph, discuss what you have learned from this exercise. FORMATTING GUIDELINES: If you are unfamiliar with MLA style guidelines and are unsure how to format a Microsoft WORD document, please use the MLA-formatted template attached to Step 2. Prove a descriptive title for your report. Use Times New Roman or Arial 12-pt font. Double-space each line of the document.