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.

Chapter 6 Quiz

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

Question #3
A  accommodating
B  competition
C  compromising
D  competing
Question #4
A  frustration
B  aggressive model
C  displaced aggression
D  direct provocation
Question #8
A  solicitation of criticism
B  qualifying statement
C  descriptive statement
D  disclosing statement
Question #9
A  separate the people from the problem
B  insist on objective criteria
C  focus on interests, not positions
D  invent options for mutual gain
Question #10
A  Keep on as usual and never acknowledge that the conflict happened.
B  Present a strategic vision to help people buy-in to his leadership.
C  Offer a genuine apology and acknowledge his personal commitment to growth.
D  Avoid talking with his staff for at least a week to avoid any awkward moments.