Everything in life has history and skills to report. For example, if you were a stay at home mom, than you have developed valuable gifts and skills as a homemaker and mother that could make you a valuble assest to a company; just think about it and you will can come up with way to state what you have done and how you could be of benefit in the workforce. BE POSITIVE.
yes, just be sure to write that it was volunteer
yes it does matter what address you put on a job application, the address you put on a job application is supposed to be where you reside, no where else.
go to the job and ask for an application
* Employment history history with company * On the Job Accomplishments * Positive Traits * Bicep size * Max Bench Press * Heavyweight titles held * Employment history history with company * On the Job Accomplishments * Positive Traits * Bicep size * Max Bench Press * Heavyweight titles held
Certainly. All they have to do is enter your SSN into a computer program and out pops all your work history. If a person doesn't list their employment history as requested, then they could be considered to be falsifying an application for employment, and that will not get you hired anywhere. This is why it is so very important to never "burn any bridges" with past employers. Always attempt to leave any job in such a way that you would be welcomed anytime to return.
Terminated, If the prospective employer is interested they will ask you in person. Depending on the state, if you do not sign a release of information your previous employer can only state your employment dates and if they would rehire.
There are many qualities that employers may consider positive qualities. Employers may consider education, prior work history, and organization good qualities for a job application.
I suppose you can, but you will not get the job.
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No !!!! Lying on an application for a job can be grounds for immediate dismissal.
yes you do
I recommend putting "volunteer work" under employment. Where the application reads "starting/ending salary, put in "volunteer". For seven years, I hired associates for various Wal-Mart stores. When I read of applicants who had listed volunteer work, I immediately pulled those applications to the top of the list.
No you dont
You could put on the application that you were looking to expand your knowledge and broden your experience.
Put not negotiable.
Write in the salary you want to make in your job application. OK. That did not help. What kind of job are you after and for what purpose? If you want permanent employment in a field, put down what others in the field are getting as a starting salary. If you are good, put down a little more. When the interviewer asks why you put in that amount, you can say, "I am better and will do a better job." If he says, "I can get someone for less." You can reply, "You will get someone who will leave as soon as he finds what jobs in this field actually pay."
I don't think so. In fact, as I understand it, the question of age should not be on an employment form. If you don't get a job for which you applied, and you refused to put your age on it, then you could file a grievance with the labor board. Or you could just call them and ask that they investigate, without giving your name.
I wouldn't put the reason on the job application. You can save this for the interview and only if asked for the reason why.