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Unformatted text preview: (your letterhead: street address, city state zip phone number email address) (date) Katie Ploeger's Services Cal State Fullerton Marketing Department Fullerton, CA Dear Katie: Here is the report you assigned in January 2008 concerning a career in (industry) as a (job title). During the research, I discovered the following: * (finding) * (finding) * (finding until you've summarized the most important ones) (A brief statement about your response to this assignment would be nice.)Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions. Sincerely, (Your name) enclosure (CAREER POSITION) Prepared for Katie Ploeger Prepared by (your name) Date Table of Contents Executive Summary 1 Problem 2 Scope 2 My Start 2 Background 3 Methodology 3 Findings 4 Recommendations 7 Conclusions 7 Appendix A (if any) 8 References 9 List of Illustrations (if any) FIGURES 1. Title 3 2. Title 4 TABLES 1. Title 2 2. Title 5 [note: the page numbers are estimates only. Your page numbers may be different.] 1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY An Executive Summary is a brief (usually 1 page) summary of the report. Your first paragraph summarizes the first sections of the report, up to the findings. This can be a short paragraph. This can include a summary of your Start/story. Present your findings in the next paragraph, using bullets to highlight each finding or result. You should summarize the findings in the summary. * Finding 1 * Finding 2 * finding 3 * etc until you're done You may wish to present your recommendations here as well, much more briefly than in the Recommendations section. This summary is on its own page. 2 PROBLEM This report describes research concerning a career as (job title) in the (industry/ company). Write this section in present tense since the career still exists. SCOPE Research for this report was limited by several factors: * Time: I had only four months to complete the research and write the report. * Information: Some suggested data were not available, specifically (what you couldn't find)....
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course ENGLISH Business 3 taught by Professor Ploeger during the Spring '08 term at CSU Fullerton.

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