Fresh Grad Lands Job as Real Estate Agent With Help from Professional Writers

People go to websites to get the information they desperately need.  They could be looking for an answer to a nagging question.  They might be looking for help in completing an important task.  For recent graduates, they might be looking for ways on how to prepare a comprehensive resume that can capture the attention of the hiring manager

Manush is a recent graduate from a prestigious university in California who is looking for a job opportunity as a real estate agent.  While he already has samples provided by his friends, he still feels something lacking in his resume.  Specifically, the he believes that his professional objective statement lacks focus and clarity. 

Thus, he sought our assistance in improving editing and proofreading his resume. 

In revising his resume, iwritegigs highlighted his soft skills such as his communication skills, ability to negotiate, patience and tactfulness.  In the professional experience part, our team added some skills that are aligned with the position he is applying for.

When he was chosen for the real estate agent position, he sent us this thank you note:

“Kudos to the team for a job well done.  I am sincerely appreciative of the time and effort you gave on my resume.  You did not only help me land the job I had always been dreaming of but you also made me realize how important adding those specific keywords to my resume!  Cheers!

Manush’s story shows the importance of using powerful keywords to his resume in landing the job he wanted.

Quiz 3

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Below are the questions for the exam with the choices of answers:

Question #1
A  give Honest feedback, yet supporting words, helping your teammates with assignment sections, showing you care for them and your classwork.
_______use communication to keep in contact to create success in the group process. ________________________________________________________
B  let the group leader make the major decisions for the group.
C  Just do your work and the group will be successful.
Question #2
A  decision making is based on protocols
B  decision making is best left to the leader of the group
C  decision making changes as group membership changes
D  decision making is focused on selecting between alternatives, decision making changes as group membership changes, decision making is best left to the leader of the group and decision making is based on protocols
E  decision making is focused on selecting between alternatives
Question #3
A  banter
B  satire
C  parody
D  aside
E  hyperbole
Question #7
A  A good way to form a bond with your audience
B  Never a good idea
C  Always a good idea
Question #8
A  mock or tease a respected individual
B  remind the audience that she clearly deserves the award in contrast to the other nominees
C  express gratitude
Question #9
A  it pokes fun at the recipient of the toast
B  it should be given when all guests are present
C  it acknowledges accomplishments
Question #13
A  Reasoning by analogy
B  Inductive Reasoning
C  Causal reasoning
Question #17
A  proposition of policy
B  proposition of value
C  proposition of fact
Question #19
A  wear attractive clothing
B  neither wearing attractive clothing or using your hands a lot will help you
C  use your hands a lot
Question #22
A  assuming that because it’s a current topic, it is relevant to the audience
B  explaining why they should care about a topic and assuming that because it’s a current topic, it is relevant to the audience
C  explaining why they should care about a topic
Question #25
A  Inductive reasoning
B  Reasoning by analogy
C  Deductive reasoning
Question #26
A  red herring
B  false analogy
C  neither of the above are correct
Question #27
A  memorable
B  audience-focused, simple, memorable, relevant
C  relevant
D  simple
Question #28
A  Critical thinking
B  Deductive reasoning
C  Inductive reasoning
Question #29
Question #30
Question #31
A  says there should be five lines on each slide, with five words per line.
B  says there should never be more than six words on each slide.
C  is not set in stone, but generally states you should keep the number of words to a minimum.
D  says there should be seven lines on each slide, with seven words per line.
Question #32
A  a diagram
B  his entire set of tools
C  a bike pump
D  an instructional video
E  a bike tire