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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Fill Form 8815 Employment

Instructions and Help about Fill Form 8815 Employment

Music in this video. I'm going to give you some tips on how to effectively complete a job application. In the job world, there's a lot of competition. So, how can you increase your chances of landing that dream job? By being careful, correct, and complete with your job application. When employers look at job applications, they look at them quickly. They either end up in a "yes" pile or in the "no" pile. Therefore, it's important to be careful, correct, and complete. So, what is the first step to be careful with your job application? Don't wrinkle it, don't get it dirty. Use black or blue ink and write neatly. Have someone check your application for mistakes. It is important to remember that your job application becomes a reflection of you. Mistakes and errors will be noticed for the wrong reasons. So, what does it mean to be correct? Watch for spelling, grammar, and punctuation errors. List all information accurately. What does it mean to be complete? Answer all questions. If the question doesn't apply to you, write "n/a" (not applicable). It is also important to describe all of your key skills and abilities. An example of where you need to be complete is the reference section of the application. You will need at least three solid references, all of which can be verified by the employer. Another area where it's important to be complete is the section that asks you about your skills and abilities. You want to be clear, specific, and list your key soft skills. Now, let's look at a few more tips for completing application areas where we need to be careful, correct, and complete. In the section that asks for the position desired, you need to be specific. You do not want to write "any" or "will...