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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Fill Form 5495 Employment

Instructions and Help about Fill Form 5495 Employment

So, trying to get a job without any prior work experience seems like a catch-22. Doesn't it? Don't worry, lots of us have gone before you and we've been successful in doing so. I'm Shannon Terry, a resume writer and interview skills coach with Resume Confidence. I'm here to give you some pointers on how to fill out a job application without any prior work experience. My first recommendation is going to be to fill out the application as quickly, not as quickly, as thoroughly as possible. That means don't leave any blanks. If it doesn't apply to you, put a little line or put "n/a" for non-applicable. This way, they know that you saw it, you read it, it's just that you don't have anything to write in that space. Get some sample applications so that you can get an idea of what to expect and what kind of information they're going to want from you. Write out a cheat sheet with the likely information you'll need, so you have a reference to use when you go in to fill out a job application. Look for sections that say something along the lines of "any additional skills" or "computer and office machine skills." These are opportunities for you to include computer skills, which are always applicable to lots of jobs. For example, they may need you to use a sales register that's windows-based or an ordering system. Computer skills are always good to include. Additionally, this is an opportunity to put any extracurricular activities or academic merit that you may have, such as GPAs, honors society memberships, or your role as the president of the debate team or captain of the football team. Any kind of leadership like that should be included in an appropriate place on the job...