You'll certainly have to write things, sooner or later. On the other hand, you can still learn to do it.
Tell this individual to practice writing essays, to practice a lot. He or she may still not like it after a while, but will at least be able to do it when required. The reason he or she needs to do this is because some writing skills will be required almost everywhere.
I think the writing of essays are very necessary because through those essays we are able to know how deep someone knows about the topic of the question.
Good is a relative term. Any job requires relatively good writing. If you feel you need improvement, just practice.
If you purchase a parrot from a reputable breeder, then yes, you can get papers. If not then can I still get papers from sum where?
I would suggest accounting, finance, economics, statistics, physics, calculus or another math-based major. While you will still have to write some essays or papers, these majors focus on mathematical equations and number manipulation. Edit: As a professional statistician, I must disagree. You will need to justify your mathematical analysis - often to people who are not expert at statistical techniques. You will not get ahead if you cannot do that. Your clients/customers will not want just raw analyses but reports based on them. Often then will also want recommended actions. If you cannot do that, they will go to someone who can. So don't hide behind "I can do numbers but not write essays". Take some time to learn how to do both.
The essence of writing good essays is to present your ideas in a persuasive manner. Technical reports and documents don't have to be persuasive, they just have to be informative. So yes, you can still write the latter even when you have difficulty with the former. Also, do more reading. There are so many great books you can read, which will be enjoyable and educational at the same time. Any time you read a good book, you have the opportunity to learn something about the art of writing. Don't give up on yourself too easily.
You need writing skills for almost any work. For the actual job, it might be called "writing a report", instead of "essay", but you still need to know how to write. Just practice your writing skills a bit. It need not be your major strength, but you'll need SOME writing skills in any case.
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The Federalist Papers, numbered essays written by James Madison, Alexander Hamilton and John Jay under the shared pseudonym "Publius," were published in two New York newspapers: The Independent Journal and The New York Packet between October 1787 and August 1788. They were intended to encourage the States to ratify the new Constitution by explaining the benefit of uniting under a central government while still retaining a degree of sovereignty.The essays were later collected into a book and published as The Federalist; they weren't called the Federalist Papers until sometime in the 20th century.
The Federalist Papers, as they are referred to today, originally the "Federalist" essays was conceived, members selected, and printer found through the efforts of Alexander Hamilton. Two initial members didn't cut it. John Jay contributed 5 essays before he got sick. Hamilton did 51 essays and Madison 29 for a total of 85 essays. Because the Constitutional Convention proceedings were secret for many years, the public was confused about WHY the elements of the Constitution were chosen. The Federalist explained it and the alternatives and the dangers of not ratifying it. It is still being cited in cases today, all the way up to the Supreme Court, and influenced blossoming democracies around the world!