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May 15, 2020 - Issue #017
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TABLE OF CONTENTS:
- Quotes/Jokes: Freelance Writer Jokes and Fun Quotes
- Videos: How to Job Search During the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic
- News & Advice: 6 YouTube Channels That Can Help You Find A Job During The Coronavirus Outbreak
- Blog Updates: Katherine Quarfordt - Realtor
- Career Change News: The Impact of Coronavirus On Careers and How Anyone Can Become A Winemaker
- Ask the Editor: I want your questions!
- Feedback: Love to hear from you on any subject.
1. What’s the worst thing about broken elevator puns? They’re not very uplifitng.
2. A new agent walks into a Realtor’s office for an interview. “It says here you quit your last job selling duct tape after only three months. Why did you quit?” “I just couldn’t stick with it.”
3. ”I need a raise in my commission," the real estate agent said to his manager. "There are three other companies after me." "Is that so?" asked the manager. "What other companies are after you?" "The electric company, the telephone company, and the gas company."
4. Salesman: This computer will cut your workload by 50%. Property Manager: That's great; I'll take two of them.
[Source 1 & 2: theclose.com / 3 & 4: activerain.com]
“Buyers decide in the first eight seconds of seeing a home if they’re interested in buying it. Get out of your car, walk in their shoes and see what they see within the first
~ Barbara Corcoran
“The best investment on earth is earth.”
~ Louis Glickman
How to Job Search During the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic
Andrew LaCivita talks with his audience about the impact of COVID-19 on your job search. He has some interesting points.
One on those are the industries act are likely to have a greater demand as a result of the virus. Some of these are:
- Wellness, Healthcare
- Social Work
- Mortgage, Personal Loans
- Grocery Stores
- Home Entertainment
- Online (Social, Streaming)
He also talks about way to embellish your remote working skills. This is very beneficial information for the future. Several other points are covered in the over one hour video.
This is worth viewing.
The video is 1:04:56 long.
Click here to see the video by Andrew LaCivita
NEWS AND ADVICE
6 YouTube Channels That Can Help You Find A Job During The Coronavirus Outbreak
Laura Dorwart has put together a list of YouTube Channels that can be very help during these strange times.
So many of us are confused and negatively impacted as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. I need to find another job, but how can I now?
She is providing six places to view on YouTube that can be very helpful in your quest for a job. Let me give you the list:
Meleci At Home: If you want to work from home or have remote jobs then this is for you. She provides a curated list of specific work from home jobs that are well-paid.
Andrew LaCivita: Andrew and this video was featured in my news article above. He talks about preparation for your next job interview and what industries are in demand during this crisis.
Self Made Millennial: Madeline Mann is a HR recruiter and provide advice on the industries that are hiring.
She discusses how early-career professionals can stay on top of their job search during these times.
Professor Heather Austin: She provides step-by-step videos on launching your job search during the coronavirus outbreak.
Cass Thompson Career Advice: Cass has quite an expansive group of videos to help navigate your job search and career change from home especially regarding firms hiring during the COVID-19 period.
Work It Daily: J.T. O’Donnell has info for those over 50 during this crisis. She talks about those industries likely to need more employees.
I hope this help you, your family or friends in some way.
6 YouTube Channels For COVID Advice
Of course, you can always contact us to learn more about opportunities to become an entrepreneur and work wherever you wish.
KATHERINE QUARFORDT - REALTOR
Have you ever want to learn how to become a realtor?
Real estate may just be the right step to take for you.
Katherine Quarfordt holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Speech Communications and a minor in Economics from Texas A&M University.
She has been a licensed realtor in Texas for over 6 years and holds certifications with Equator LLC, and as a Texas Affordable Housing Specialist and Texas Leasing Specialist with the Texas Association of Realtors. She is also a member of the Texas Association of Realtors.
She has the experience with so many items that come up in the world of real estate. If you are wondering how to become a realtor that succeeds, Katherine can answer that question for you
Discover more about Katherine at the link below:
CAREER CHANGE NEWS
The Impact Of Coronavirus On Careers
Maureen Tweyongyere presents her views on the job world as it changed due to the coronavirus.
As she says “The Coronavirus is a game-changer”. People are dying, being laid off, and impacted in so many ways either medically or economically.
The future for so many is uncertain. The workplace itself may change due to the physical separation requirements. Some items may be very much more in demand while others will be less.
See what you think about her thoughts.
Check it out here.
Article on The Impact of Coronavirus on Careers!
How Anyone Can Become A Winemaker
Not many of us grew up around winemaking. However, it has become a field in which many people have an interest. It seems to be
Lauren Mowery gives her take on what it takes for a novice to become a winemaker. She provides three key steps to be successful:
- Intern, Intern, Intern
- Learn About It in College
- Do The Hard Winery Work
Read all of her details in the article itself.
How Anyone Can Become A Winemaker
ASK THE EDITOR
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