Can Slow Growth Boost Outsourcing?


 Can Slow Growth Boost Outsourcing?

If you're struggling with finding the right balance between in-house operations and outsourcing, then you'll want to read this blog post. It talks about how slow growth can actually benefit outsourcing, if handled properly. Unfortunately, not everybody seems to be aware of the benefits that slow growth can bring about for your business as well as for your employees. That’s why we've put together this helpful blog post that talks all about how certain shifts in growth can benefit you and your workforce!


Writing a thesis statement

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In order to write effectively and have an impact with persuasive essays, students need to learn how to write a thesis statement. A thesis statement is a sentence or a paragraph that states your opinion or claim to the reader. The statement must be short, saying exactly what you want to say. You can also think of it as a topic sentence that summarizes what you want to write about.

A thesis statement is important because it helps you to ensure that your essay makes a point. Thesis statements are also very important for answering questions and giving evidence in support of your claims in an essay. Even in your exams, the questions will usually contain a thesis statement and will ask you to support your opinion.

Ideally, your thesis statement should be able to make a point clearly and concisely. It should be neither too general nor too specific. It should get right to the point, but it shouldn’t give away what you are going to argue in your essay. You must also remember that there are no absolute rules for writing good thesis statements; however, there are some guidelines that can make it easier for you to write effective ones.

Writing a thesis statement:

1. It must be clear and concise. Try to make it short and descriptive, but it always needs to be specific enough for the reader to understand what you are arguing about.

2. Your thesis statement should state your opinion about whatever you want to argue in your essay or paper. When you write a thesis statement, you’re stating what i think something is or what i believe it is and should not resort to opinionated statements such as 'this is an important topic' or 'i prefer this'. Your essay only works if there’s something that actually makes it unique or different from other essays on the topic.

3. One way to make your point clear in your thesis statement is to write it as a question. Stay away from statements such as 'i believe...' or 'i think...' because it can be confusing for the reader. If you have strong opinions about something, state them in a question rather than an opinionated statement in your thesis statement so that the reader will know how you feel about it.

4. Writing thesis statements that are not clear and concise could lead to essay writing mistakes. Sometimes when you write a thesis statement, you encounter situations where it doesn’t seem like the writer knows what they want to say or don’t know if they have an opinion on something. This results in a thesis statement that is confusing and doesn’t make a point in the essay at all.

5. A good way to prevent this from happening is to first write down all of your strong opinions that you think are important to your essay. These may be things like the topic of what you have been arguing about, specific points that you want to make, or just certain facts. Then, when it comes time for looking for a thesis statement, you can use this list as an outline of what you want to say and don’t have any trouble picking one out because they all seem relevant enough.

6. Thesis statements don’t always have to be a question as long as it hints at what your opinion is. For instance, if you have an essay that is looking at a person or topic and you want to argue that they did something, then you can say 'i believe the person did this'. This statement lets the reader know that this essay is going to be about someone doing something. If an argument was made in class or in a textbook, then your thesis statement should reflect this argument by actually being similar to it.

7. Even if your professor didn’t give you an example of a thesis statement, you can still use the professor’s argument in the situation. Your thesis statement should always restate the professor's point of view, but it also needs to say how and why you agree with what they said.

8. When writing a thesis statement, one mistake that students make is making their main point too general or too vague:

i) A thesis statement that is too general makes it difficult for readers to understand what your essay really argues about. Instead of making a clear point about what you want to say in your essay, a vague thesis focuses on too many different things at once.

ii) A thesis statement that is too specific can make it more difficult for the reader to grasp what you are trying to argue about. If your thesis statement is so specific that it only talks about one thing, then the essay itself wouldn’t have anything else to talk about because everything you write about would only apply to that one point and nothing else.

iii) There is also a type of thesis statement where the writer almost seems like they don’t have an opinion on anything. Many people don’t see this as a mistake but just as a type of style in itself; however, when writing essays, having no opinion on anything would make your essay very boring and not very useful overall.

iv) In order to make sure that the thesis statement is actually a thesis statement and not just an opinion, try reading over it several times while taking notes. Read it out loud and check that it makes sense and that the reader would be able to understand exactly what your essay would be about if they read it.

9. Another mistake that some students make is writing a thesis statement too much like a book report:

i) A book report is meant to be factual, so if you write an entire essay based on the facts in a book, then your readers will have very little idea what the point of your whole essay will be about.

ii) A book report also needs to summarize what the book says, so if you put the same information in your thesis statement, then your readers may think that they’re just getting a summary of what they are going to get in the essay.

10. Thesis statements can sometimes be made in a couple of different ways:

i) A thesis statement can be first person or second person. This means that it could be written as 'i believe' or 'you believe'. For example, when you write an essay about whether or not someone did something, you could say it in the form of a question like 'did he do this?' or as a statement like 'he did this'.


In conclusion, you have to make sure that your thesis statement directly reflects the point you want to argue in your essay. It should also show exactly what you are going to be arguing. If a reader is interested in reading your paper from the end, then they will want to know what your opinion is about whatever topic you’re writing about so that they know how to figure out if it’s something for them or not. In the end, a good thesis statement should make an argument and leave no room for uncertainty about what you want to say in your essay.

Works Cited

"Thesis Statements." Introduction.

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