An essay is an organized way to express your thoughts regarding a situation, object, experience, etc., and to present arguments for your point of view. If you need to write an illustrative essay, all you need to do is create a thesis statement that will express your point of view, and then collect a number of supporting facts that will prove it. There is a simple pattern that you can use to compose a winning illustration essay for any topic.
Let’s imagine that you need to compose such an essay about the worst job ever. Take the following steps to unfold your point of view and provide enough support.
You need to have a certain idea of what you are going to talk about. Think about certain keywords that can be used in your thesis statement and introduction. For example, you can say, “The worst job ever is the one that-,” and provide a couple of reasons that make it so dreadful: low salary, hard work, many working hours, constant danger, etc.
Compose two to three sentences that generally describe the worst job to give your readers an idea about the object of the research. Insert the thesis statement that expresses your own point of view regarding the subject. Say a couple of words about people who may have another opinion.
An outline is a skeleton that keeps your essay together. As soon as you have found several strong arguments that confirm your point of view (your thesis statement), you need to plan how you are going to write about each of them. As a rule, each argument takes a separate paragraph.
Each paragraph should be devoted to one of the main arguments regarding the worst job that you have provided for your thesis statement. Give additional minor arguments that make the main ones stronger. Speak about the way low salaries along with hard work and long working hours affect the quality of a person’s life, mood and even health; explain why the risk that the job provides is not cost-effective compared to the salary the job offers, etc. End each paragraph with a concluding statement that confirms your thesis.
Paraphrase the thesis statement and show how the arguments you have found prove the initial point of view you have declared.
My Worst Job Essay
MY WORST JOB
I have held a couple of jobs in my short yet young life. I have not so much as hated a one particular job but rather didn't like a certain conditions or a particular person, but at Western Inventory I recall too many things that were unpleasant, intolerable and unbearable. The first job I ever had, that I recall I hated the most was working at Western Inventory Service where I worked for roughly about three years. It isn't a classy job and it isn't the cleanest one either. There are times you get really dirty from crawling on the floors of the stores or in the storage areas and back rooms where dust just loves to live so by the time you were finished you looked like a magnet for dust bunnies. The extensive traveling, immature coworkers and the lousy malfunctioning machinery used are good enough reasons never ever to work for Western Inventory Service.
Traveling in and out of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia and other neighboring states at the wee hours of the morning was mortifying. I had to be at work as early as four AM due to the extensive traveling. Even though the company provided the means for transportation I had to suffer the nonfunctioning heat or air conditioning, as well as the vulgar language of my fellow coworkers due to lousy music or broken radio. Now even if I returned back to Philadelphia around say midnight or later I was still required to be at work again in the morning around four. On certain occasions my boss or manager would feel sorry for us and give us the morning off, but we still had to work that night. Sometimes we traveled as far as North Carolina so that meant we had to stay in a hotel, the company apparently paid for rooms. Even though we were some what close to the store we still would have to report for work at four in the morning because for some reason we always ended up staying at least an hour or two away from the store. Stores like Kohl's, Superfresh, Shoprite, Dollar Tree or Dollar Express, Kay Jewelers, Spain's, Ames, Home Depot, and Lowes and Food Lion are some of the stores inventory was taken at.
Not only were my coworkers resentful of each other they were a vicious and scornful group of people. They got their kicks off of mocking, teasing or cursing at you and even went as far talking trash about your family and friend to your face. The favorite topic all the time was about sex, and one another's sexual...
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