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Help with filling out a job application?

Help with filling out a job application? Topic: Store jobs applications
July 17, 2019 / By Genia
Question: Today I am going to go apply for a cashier position at Victoria's Secret since the store hasn't opened yet I am hoping they need a lot of people. I really need this job, and the only job experiance I have had was working at a bridal store for a year and a half, how can I wow them on my application so I can get this job? I really suck at doing applications, any help is appreciated.
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Del Del | 10 days ago
Actually, that sounds a positive area of experience. Make sure you play up your experience interacting with clients to ensure their needs are met and that they are happy with their service. It could also help if you can highlight experience in cash/payment management and/or display set up. Make sure you highlight any knowledge of their company and products (usually there is an 'other' information are on application) Good Luck!
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Del Originally Answered: When filling up a application it always ask?
to be completely honest, no. sometimes past employers come up in background checks, but usually only current employers. If the companies you worked for would give you a negative reference, then don't list them. If they would give you a good reference, then listing them will help you as a job candidate, showing you have experience. So you'll have to determine if the costs of listing the jobs outweighs the benefits of having a clean slate. Also, if the jobs weren't that amazing (like fast-food) or you only worked there for like a couple months, it may not matter much either way. Usually lower-rung jobs don't actually even check references, they just take your word for it, and they'll fire you if you're not up to par. But then again, why would you lie, and get yourself into a job you can't do? lol btw just because you quit a job doesn't mean that looks bad on your part....and also maybe you could try telling new employers that the manager you used to work for moved, or say you don't have the number?
Del Originally Answered: When filling up a application it always ask?
i know they always ask that but you shouldnt lie and tell them the truth. if you get a interview with a job you applyed for just tell them you had to leave because of personal matter.

Del Originally Answered: When filling out a job application?
9th grade. From high school, so put no. Last slot is referring to college, but you could put any extra curricular activties or elective classes you are taking in high school, then discuss at your interview.
Del Originally Answered: When filling out a job application?
If you are still in 10th grade then it is not complete yet so you would only circle 1 year completed which was your freshman year. Graduating they mean high school... so you should put in progress. because you havent graduated yet but you will. Degrees you dont have any yet bc you are still in hs so dont put anything. and everybody basically studies the same thing in hs so dont put anything.

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