Aug 05, 2018 - 10:42 PM
First, as you fill out the application, make sure you're prepared. Know the names and dates of places you've worked, the contact information of former supervisors, your educational information, and so on. Knowing this information starting out will save you time as you fill out the application.
Second, be neat. Many applications require you to fill them out by hand. If this is the case for you, pay careful attention to the way you write and ensure another person would be able to read the information you add.
Third and finally, fill out all sections of the application accurately and completely. If an employer receives your application and information is missing, they may not be willing to contact you to find out the additional information and may overlook your application, moving onto other candidates, instead