What You Put On That Job Application Matters

7:29 AM, Mar 23, 2011   |    comments
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Greensboro, NC-- Career Consultant Joyce Richman says you should take your time filling out every job application; it matters.

You will need the names, addresses, telephone numbers, and names of supervisors at the places you've worked.

You may have to list why you left each job; Richman suggests you write "better opportunity."

Some question on an application will not apply to you; Richman says write "n/a" in those spaces.  It's important that you don't leave anything blank.

Spelling and neatness counts, and Richman says when you drop off your application be dressed and prepared for a possible interview.

Joyce Richman

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