RedaHA222

20 – AGADIR, Morocco

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Online: 25 January 2021

Modified: 25 January 2021

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About Him

Country of Origin:
Morocco
Location:
AGADIR, Morocco
Gender:
Male
Age:
20
Star Sign:
Taurus
Height:
Ask me later
Body Type:
Other
Looks:
Beauty contest winner
Hair Colour:
Light Brown
Eye Colour:
Blue
Ethnicity:
Other
Home Language:
Other
Other Languages:
Arabic; French
Religion:
Agnostic
Relationship Status:
Single
Looking for:
Just online friends; Activity partners; Friends; Open to possibilities; Short-term; Long-term; Marriage
Have Children:
No
Want Children:
Maybe
Daily Diet:
Ask me later
Smoking:
Non-Smoker
Drinking:
Non-Drinker
Education:
Current University / College Student
Occupation:
Artistic / Musical / Writer
Income:
Struggling

About His Ideal Match

Country of Origin:
Anywhere in the World
Location:
Anywhere in Morocco
Gender:
Female
Age Range:
18 - 26
Star Sign:
Any
Height:
Any
Body Type:
Any
Looks:
Any
Hair Colour:
Any
Eye Colour:
Any
Has a Photo:
Not important at all
Ethnicity:
Any
Home Language:
Any
Other Languages:
Any
Religion:
Any
Relationship Status:
Any
Have Children:
Any
Want Children:
Any
Daily Diet:
Any
Smoking:
Any
Drinking:
Any
Education:
Any
Occupation:
Any
Income:
Any
  • Not important at all
  • Slightly important
  • Moderately important
  • Decidedly important
  • Non-negotiable

In His Own Words

About Him

Last year I decided to change a few of my systems and forms of networking so that I looked less into ‘networking events’ and focused more on relationship building. The results, both personally and professionally, have been profound. It’s been a great year and I’ve been blessed to better know some really great people.

So I was invited to this wedding industry networking event last night and I almost went…for several reasons, but the foremost was that it was formatted in a ‘speed dating’ style where you sit down with everyone for a few minutes for some ‘speed networking.’ Not that I thought a few quick minutes with these people would really provide deep and meaningful connections or stimulate the desire for others to want to build anything with me, but more so because it simply sounded fun.

I didn’t end up going. But I had prepared a little 35 card to hand people instead of my business card, with the Top 10 Reasons Why You Should Want to Get to Know Me. Again, not that I was expecting much from this, but thought it’d be fun and better for people to get to know me better once they went home and read my fabulous reasoning behind wanting to know myself. So I extend this invitation for you to want to get to know me…enjoy!

About His Ideal Match

ncluding a headline and a profile in your resume provides even more information about yourself for the employer. Resume headlines and profiles work together to do several important things:

Include keywords that will help get your resume past the Applicant Tracking System (ATS), the software program that screens initial applications and passes qualified candidates on to HR.
Demonstrate your skills, experience, and qualifications right up front where recruiters and hiring managers can see it.
Showcase your understanding of what’s most important about the role. Customize your resume for each specific job opening and make sure that your headline and profile demonstrate your fitness for the role.
Tips for Writing a Resume Headline
Put your headline at the top. After your name and contact information, your headline should be the first thing the employer sees at the top of your resume.

Even if you include a resume profile as well, your headline should come first.

Use a phrase, not a sentence. A headline should not be a complete sentence. Think of it as a title – it should be a concise phrase that explains why you are an ideal fit for the job.

Use keywords. Make sure the headline demonstrates why you are a good fit for the specific job. One way to do this is to include keywords from the job listing in your headline. For example, if the listing says the candidate needs strong “data processing” skills, you might make a headline that includes the phrase “10 Years of Data Processing Experience.”

Tips for Writing a Resume Profile
Put your profile below the headline. You want your profile towards the top of your resume, under your name and contact information. If you have a headline as well, put the profile right underneath the headline.

Use sentences or bullet points. Unlike a headline, you can use complete sentences in a resume profile.

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