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8-2 Makayla Clark

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Palmer Middlesch

on 16 March 2016

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Transcript of 8-2 Makayla Clark

Writers and Authors
Work Environment
How to become a writer
What they Do
Maya Angelou
Creative writing skills are an important part of writing
Home Office
Job Outlook
Personal Qualities
Writers find a topic that interests readers and write about it. It could be about any topic and include fiction or non fiction. Writers can also write advertising pieces for newspapers magazines and brodcasts. If there work wants to be published they work with editors and clients to see if their work could be improved.
Authors and writers could work anywhwere with a big concentration space and lots of quiet. However, most writers and authors work at an office, home, or anywhere with a computer.
A writer must get a degree in English, Journalism,or communications. Experience can be gained, but any writing that improves skill is benefical. Writing skills are one of the most important strenths to have to be a writer. A Bachlor's degree is typically needed to become a writer.
Simliar Occupations
Simliar occupations dealing with writing are Editors,Announcers, Reporters, Broacast news analysts,Correspondents, and Technical Writers.
Pay: 58,850
Employment is to grow 2 percent from 2014 to 2024
Some important qualities are creativity, critical thinking, determination, persuation and social perceptiveness
A Famous Writer
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