Applications If you are applying for a new job, you will probably be asked to fill some job application forms.

What do these forms request from you?
Firstly, all the application form must be filled correctly without any stain or adaptation. Remember always to say the truth, whether you are writing a cover letter or an application form.

You will need to complete:
  • Personal facts
    • Name
    • Address
    • Phone number
    • City, state, county, zip number
    • Mail
    • ID
  • Education
    • Schools/Colleges / Universities Attended
    • Minor /Major
    • Degree(s)/Diploma
    • Graduation Dates(s)
    • Honorific mentions
  • Placement or position
    • Name of the job or position you are applying for
    • Hours/days available to work
    • Day to start
  • Prior jobs or experience certified (if you do not have any, just do not write anything )
    • Names, addresses, phone numbers of previous employers
    • Supervisor's / boss's name
    • Dates of employment
    • Salary/ monthly/weekly (currency)
    • Reason for Leaving
  • Hobbies or interests
    • Write about hobbies or leisure activities
    • Championships (sports)
  • Illnesses or medication
    • It is very important for supervisors to know about employees' health.
    • Online Resume: It is recommended to write a brief resume about your abilities, perspectives.

Also it is important to consider that this document must be written clearly and neat, all the facts that are included should represent the truth.

If you have some letters or letter of recommendation from a former job, it would be perfect to include the facts and the name of the person who provided that document.
Do not forget to thank for the opportunity, and if the case requires to show interest.
Remember to sign.

Writing an application is a serious and delicate process that might change your future, put all your efforts in this and you will be surprised.

See also online job applications and examples of resumes.

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