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I need at least 1000 words with exact formatting. Here is detail with an instruction and i have attached sample paper to make it easy for you!
Research paper writing prompt:
The advent of AI permeating many aspects of business operations has many experts, economists and business leaders concerned about the possibility of higher unemployment. In response, Visionary leaders such as Elon Musk, Bill Gates and Warren Buffet all concede to a prevailing idea of a Universal Living Wage of about $1000 per month per person should be doled out to keep a consumer economy afloat while staving off homelessness and other negative consequences of massive job loss that may be created by the integration of AI. Others argue that AI is not necessarily the harbinger of bad things to come, but rather a shift in specialized skills and jobs moving over to other needed sectors.
Write a paper 1000 to 1500 words in length using the APA format. Use the Times Roman 12 pt font for the body. The paper should have an introductory paragraph that includes a thesis hypothesis, a body that analyzes your hypothesis, and finally, a conclusive paragraph restating your thesis giving your final argument as a result of the research done. Use the Purdue resource for paper formatting rules, labeling citations in the paper and formulating a References page. You can look at the exemplars I provided as models. The papers should be turned in via Turnitin in MS Word .docx format or as a .pdf. Turnitin will score your paper for grammar, spelling and originality. The originality score must remain below 25%. Otherwise, the paper will receive a zero due to plagiarism. This will be reported to the academic discipline committee for review and could result in negative academic consequences. You will have the chance to filter you paper for originality before you turn it in. One of the best ways to avoid this is to paraphrase your source’s commentary in your own words while giving that section the proper citation.
Remember, your sources can be professional economic journals, articles from economic or financial periodicals, or government resources such as FRED from the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.