Voting Question: Do you have to put all past part time jobs on applications?

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  • Voting Question: Do you have to put all past part time jobs on applications?


Answer #1 | 21/12 2013 04:21
As you build experience, you start to tailor your experience to the position you're applying for. You should list everything and be honest when people ask why you left. You're not required to say why you left, however, and employers should never ask more than dates of employment and whether you're eligible for rehire.
Positive: 24 %
Answer #2 | 21/12 2013 05:26
You don 't have to put any. If you don't say where you worked there is no way for anyone to find out.
Positive: 18 %
Answer #3 | 21/12 2013 06:22
You do not have to put it on a resume; a resume is a sales pitch. Now for the gotcha : Every job application form requires that information. If you ever apply for any government job, it is mandantory you provide that information. If the employer finds out you failed to provide the information, they can fire you. Many companies require you to fill out a job application before they will consider interviewing you; they won't look at a resume at all. If you sign up with a temporary job company, you will have to provide that information.
Positive: 10 %

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