Your essay assignment isProcess Analysis Non-tangible TaskTopicYour topic must relate to your anticipated career path.Think about the various procedures in the career that you are pursuing. Choose one of those procedures and explain how it is done.One way to generate a topic idea is to contact someone already working in your career path and discuss topic ideas with them. (If you use any information in your essay, other than deciding a topic, from that conversation, be sure to create a works cited citation for that source.)Another way to generate a topic idea is to do an internet query on issues or problems in your anticipated career path. Remember, you are writing a process, so provide the process for a solution. For instance, if I searched for “problems in higher education,” cost would probably be in the top five concerns. I would then focus my essay on “how to lower the cost of higher education.” Several ideas come to mind, but I must also keep in mind the word limitation. It is better to explain how to implement one or two solutions than superficially address three or four solutions.If you cannot think of a procedure, anticipate what is going to be the most challenging part in your job and come up with a suggestion to make that process easier. Think about non-tangible topics that relate to soft skills. (ie. How to get along with coworkers. How to recruit quality applicants. How to secure new clients. How to improve customer service.)You must choose a procedure that is NOT tangible. (You must choose a topic that does not require your hands to complete.) It takes a deeper, more mature level of thinking to explain how to do something that is abstract. Since the task is not tangible, you will not need to include a list of supplies.FormattingStandard MLA formatting with a four-line heading, a centered title, and a header.Times New RomanSize 12Consistently double spacedPoint of ViewYou may use second person (you) in this paper since you are explaining the process to readers who will perform the task. You may also use third person. You may not use first person (I, me, we, our) in this paper, unless it is within a quote.AudienceYour audience are people in your anticipated career path.Word CountRemain within the 1300-1600 word count. (Your heading, header, and works cited information are excluded from your word count, according to the grading rubric.)ThesisYour thesis must begin with a gerund.ContentYour essay must have at least three steps and at least two warnings.Your readers need assurance that they are progressing correctly and/or understand the consequences of not following your directions. Anticipate trouble spots and offer solutions.SourcesThis assignment does require research; therefore, you must have in-text citations and a works cited page in your essay.You must utilize and correctly cite information from one personal interview.You must utilize and correctly cite information from one print source.You must utilize and correctly cite information from any other source of your choice.Since you must use at least three sources, you should have at least three sources listed alphabetically on your works cited page and you should have at least three different in-text citations in your essay.