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Application Worksheet Part 2

This resource was written by Allen Brizee.
Last edited by Allen Brizee on August 7, 2009 .

Summary:
This page is part two of the Job Application Worksheet, and it focuses on employment information and work history. If you have access to a printer, print out these pages and fill in the necessary information to keep with you so you can fill out applications. If you cannot print, use a separate sheet of paper and write down the information yourself.

Employment Information / Work History

Fill in this information to keep track of it for your job search.


Job 1 (most recent job)

Employer’s name

Employer’s street address

City

State/province
Zip code

Position/job title

Starting date

Ending date

Beginning salary

Ending salary

Responsibilities (skills, accomplishments, results, equipment used, new skills, awards, etc.)

Reason for leaving (recommended: offered a better job, company relocated, needed more hours, seasonal work, returned to school, laid off, personal reasons, will explain in interview)

Supervisor’s name

Supervisor’s phone number


Job 2 (job before your most recent job)

Employer’s name

Employer’s street address

City

State/province
Zip code

Position/job title

Starting date

Ending date

Beginning salary

Ending salary

Responsibilities (skills, accomplishments, results, equipment used, new skills, awards, etc.)

Reason for leaving (recommended: offered a better job, company relocated, needed more hours, seasonal work, returned to school, laid off, personal reasons, will explain in interview)

Supervisor’s name

Supervisor’s phone number

Repeat this information for each job you have had from more recent to least recent.

Click here to download the PDF file containing sample résumés and employment letters.

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