Who reads newspapers anyway?
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They are everywhere. Newspapers, that is. They have been printed for centuries and have changed throughout our history.
Even throughout my lifetime, I have come across a wide variety of people reading a paper of some sort. From professors at colleges to high school teachers to hard working citizens, it seems like everyone reads the paper.
I asked several people who read the paper why they do so. Among the answers were, to get an update on their favorite sports teams, to keep up with world news, or to look for a better job.
A lot of work goes into making a daily paper. You must give credit to the editors and writers of the stories. Lots of work goes into making newspapers from the people who run the printing maching to the ones who write the headlines that catch our eye each morning when we sit down to read the paper.