Printed from requesting all sorts of information from you straightforward biographical details, work experience, education, special awards and achievements to paragraphs describing your personal development, including such things as your career goals and aspirations your successes and failures in life and what you have learned from them, and your personality.
Use a range of examples and adapt your answers for each application
Keep things concise, i.e write in short sentences and do not include irrelevant information
Use positive language and make the answer easy to read and interesting
Do make it neat and make sure your handwriting is legible- don’t use correction fluid, unless absolutely necessary
Check your spelling, punctuation and grammar- get someone else to check it too. You may want to show a draft version of the form to a Careers Adviser. Keep a copy of your final form and post in good time.
When you apply for a job you are typically asked to complete an application for employment. You may be asked to complete a job application even if you have already submitted a resume and cover letter.
It’s a important your job application to be complete, correct (no errors) and accurate. Here is the information you will need to complete an application for employment and tips and suggestions for writing applications that make a great impression.
Job application form details
City, State, Zip code
If under age, Working paper certificate
Schools/ Colleges Attended
Position applied for Information
Title of the job applying for
Hours/ days available to work
When you can start work
Names, addresses, phone numbers of previous employers
Dates of employment
Reason for leaving
List of three references- names job title or relationship, addresses, phone numbers
List your most recent job first when completing employment information
List your most recent education first. Include vocational schools and training programs as well as college and high school
References don’t necessarily have to be professional