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

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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. 

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“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 2

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

Question #3
A  The individual cannot show the ability to pay for the services provided.
B  The individual is intoxicated
C  The individual wishes to enter the facility with an item that is prohibited.
D  all the above
E  The individual has a readily communicable disease.
Question #4
A  Short-term stay – They stay (or rent) for a relatively short period of time with no intent of establishing a permanent residency.
B  all the above
C  Registration: Transient guests enter into a room agreement via a registration, whereas a tenant typically signs a lease.
D  Billing format – Transient guests tend to be charged a daily rate for their stay, while tenants may be billed weekly or monthly.
E  Tax payment: Transients guests must pay local occupancy taxes, whereas tenants do not.
Question #7
A  The defendant’s failure to meet the legal duty was the proximate cause of the harm.
B  The plaintiff (guest) was injured or suffered damages.
C  all the above
D  A legal duty of care is present.
E  The defendant (person or organization) has failed to provide the standard of care needed to fulfill the duty of care.
Question #8
A  all the above
B  Serve alcoholic beverages responsibly
C  Hire and train qualified employees
D  Serve food and beverage fit for consumption
E  Provide a reasonably safe premise
Question #11
A  Disciplinary process
B  Drug and alcohol testing
C  Probationary periods
D  Performance reviews
E  all the above
Question #15
A  Pregnancy Discrimination Act of 1978
B  Americans with Disabilities Act; Title I of 1990
C  Civil Rights Act of 1964; Title VII
D  Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967
E  all the above
Question #16
A  Applicant screening
B  Job descriptions
C  Job qualifications
D  Pre-employment testing
E  all the above
Question #19
A  all the above
B  it affects how ownership of the property is allowed to be transferred.
C  it affects the rights of an individual to use the property as they see fit.
D  it affects how ownership of the property is allowed to be transferred.
E  it affects how property ownership disputes and claims are settled.