Land Your Next Job Answers (Updated 2021)

This post provides answers to all the Check your Knowledge questions and the Topic Quiz questions asked in the Land Your Next Job Module from the Google Digital Garage course.

Course URL – https://learndigital.withgoogle.com/digitalgarage/course/prepare-for-new-job/lesson/174

Land Your Next Job Check Your Knowledge Answers

In this section, you will get the answers to the Check your Knowledge questions which are asked after every lesson.

Lesson 1 – The first steps to a new job

Q.1 – Andy has worked at his local post office for the last six years. He’s recently got married and moved to a different country with his wife. Now he’s looking for a fresh challenge and a new career. Can you advise Andy on the steps he should take to land his next job?

The correct order of steps is shown below.

Step 1 – Think about the types of jobs that he finds most interesting.

Step 2 Identify which industries or companies would suit him best.

Step 3 List the key skills, knowledge and abilities he has to offer.

Step 4 Practise telling his story to potential employers.

Lesson 2 – Apply for roles with polished CVs and covering letters

Q.2 – Serena was recently contacted by a recruiter about an office admin job. After learning more about the role, she thinks it might suit her and has decided to apply. Which of the following should Serena include in her CV and covering letter to show she’s right for the job?

(A) Contact information

(B) Previous work experience

(C) Qualifications

(D) Education

(E) Personal motivation statement

(F) Strengths and weaknesses

(G) Favourite previous employers

Lesson 3 – Develop your personal brand

Q.3 – Daryl is keen to impress potential recruiters and land his next job. He’s decided to develop his own personal brand online. What advice can you give him?

(A) Publish loads of information online about himself, all at once.

(B) Make sure his posts are all of a consistent quality, and set time aside to do this regularly.

(C) Ensure his online personal brand is authentic and a true reflection of who he really is.

(D) Choose the social media sites that give him the best chance of being found.

Lesson 4 – How to structure your job search

Q.4 – Saamia is a newly-qualified accountant, and now looking to find a job and start her career. What could she do to save time and find the right job faster?

(1) Set up Google Alerts to automatically receive the latest news and articles about companies that appeal to her.

(A) YES

(B) NO

(2) Develop her network and personal connections to increase her chances of getting job referrals.

(A) YES

(B) NO

(3) Make valuable new contacts by attending industry events and conferences.

(A) YES

(B) NO

(4) Search for relevant LinkedIn groups and make valuable contributions to their discussions.

(A) YES

(B) NO

Lesson 5 – Prepare for your job interview

Q.5 – Jacob has been invited for a job interview at a company he really likes. He’s excited but also quite nervous at the same time. What tips would you give Jacob for before, during and after the interview?

(1) What should he do before the interview?

(A) Prepare a list of questions to ask the interviewer

(B) Schedule a fun trip the day before to help him unwind

(C) Buy an attractive new outfit for the interview

(D) Go out partying with friends the night before to help him relax

(2) What should he do during the interview?

(A) Check his phone for new messages

(B) Talk about his weaknesses

(C) Give simple one-syllable answers

(D) Be aware of his body language

Q.3 – What should he do after the interview?

(A) Immediately resign from his current job

(B) Email the interviewer to say thank you

(C) Chase the company for a decision

(D) Give up his job search

Land Your Next Job Topic Quiz Answers

In this section, you will get the answers to the Topic Quiz questions which are asked after you complete all the lessons from this module.

Q.1 – What should be your first step when embarking on a new career challenge?

(A) Define what’s important to you

(B) Write a long and detailed cover letter

(C) Ask recruiters to help you find a job

(D) Improve your general knowledge

Q.2 – Which of the following should you include in your CV?

(A) Your contact information, qualifications, and previous work experience

(B) Your contact information, qualifications, strengths and weaknesses

(C) Your contact information, qualifications, and tax code

(D) Your contact information, previous work experience, and expected holiday allowance

Q.3 – In what way can building a strong online presence help you find a job?

(A) It shows recruiters your personal attributes, values, strengths and passions

(B) It shows recruiters your salary expectations and why you’re a good cultural fit

(C) It shows recruiters you know the value of digital marketing

(D) It shows recruiters the hobbies and interests you have outside of work

Q.4 – Which of these can help you find the right job faster?

(A) Only network online

(B) Expand your job search to different industries

(C) Only network offline

(D) Use online tools that tell you when new jobs are published

Q.5 – What’s the best way to prepare for a job interview?

(A) Prepare a list of questions to ask the interviewer

(B) Schedule a fun trip the day before to help you unwind

(C) Buy a new outfit for the interview

(D) Go out partying with friends the night before to help you relax

Conclusion

Here you will get 100% correct answers to all the questions from the Google Digital Garage Land Your Next Job module. After completing this, you should check out our answers to all 26 modules of the Google Digital Garage Fundamentals of Digital Marketing course.

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