Hi everyone, it's been a while since I posted anything on SF, but I had a career question and thought this would be a good place to get some answers. I recently went on two job interviews for a market research analyst position. During the second interview on Wednesday, I met with the VP of marketing and the hiring manager. Toward the end of the interview, the VP asked if I could send over an example of my work. Now, the department at my current job always puts a confidentiality statement on all of our reports before we create a pdf and circulate to other internal business units. This is mainly done to ensure that no one sends or sells our reports to competitors. I'm a bit nervous to send this new job something I have produced if it's been declared as "confidential" by my current department. My thought is that I would be alright if I took an early word document of a report I have written (prior to the confidentiality statement), black out any reference to my current company or a product, create a pdf, and send it on its way. That way they could still see an example of my work, but there would be no way to link any findings to a specific product or company. Do you believe this would be kosher, or would I be better sending something else? Thanks in advance.