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How to fill out Online Job Application Forms

Job application forms posted on hiring.us.com, or on our business clients websites, Are specifically formatted for Automated first step processing (posting-specific, criteria-based, shortlisting). Therefore,Although many input fields are not mandatory, we strongly recommend that you fill out as many as possible. The more complete your application form the likelihood that it would be accurately processed.

The application forms consist of several interactive parts. The answers to the questions posed may affect the following segments of the application form. Therefore, accuracy is very important. Please remember that abbreviations should not be used without corresponding words. Read the instructions carefully before you start filling out the application form.

Segment one–Identifying contact information:

Name: Type in your full name. If you have a maiden name that the hiring manager they come across, you may want to fill it in in place of your middle name.

Email: While we generally encourage people to use their business or professional email address, instead of They are free/personal email address, such as Google or Yahoo accounts, Applicants should be mindful of their organizations (employer, school ..etc.) policy on using their professional account. Please make sure sure retype your email address and the confirmation field.

Phone number: is always required, And is often considered the first or only method of contact. Make sure you Enjoy the phone number in the following format (area code) Three digits-Four digits (xxx) xxx-xxxx

Address: We only accept applications from US residents. Fill out your address in the standard format as displayed on the application form. Inaccurate or Incomplete addresses would disqualify the application.

Photo: If the photo upload section appears on the Application form, then a headshot photo is required. Photos do not affect the shortlisting process, unless they are inappropriate or fake. Photos are required to help the Interviewers during and after the job interview. Photos can be uploaded from your library or taken using your mobile device at the time of filling out application form. There are no specific requirements for the photos but we suggest an ID or passport type headshot. Avoid showing other individuals, in your photo.

Segment Two–Position:

Experience

in years and months refers to experience in a job title that’s exact same, or very similar, to the one you are you are applying for. If your total experience is less than two years, Interest zero in the years fiancé and the number of months and months field. This should not exceed 23 months. If your total experience is over two years, then enter the number of years in the years field, And the number of additional months in the months field–this should not exceed 11 months. If your experience exceeds five years, then the months field becomes irrelevant.

Desired Salary:

Optionally, enter the wage per hour that you’d like to be paid. This can be a slippery slope and we recommend reading our article on wages and salary increases for insight into this issue from employers perspective.

Segment Three–Education:

Education requirements vary by employer and position. We recommend that you chronologically list your entire education history and credentials. Avoid using acronyms or abbreviations. The HR staff would want to be able to hey easily identify your school, and contact them if education verification is needed. Make sure you have your degrees and certificates available for the job interview.

Segment Four–Employment History:

This is the cornerstone of most job applications. Avoid abbreviations and acronyms. If you believe the HR staff may not be able to identify your current or previous employer from its name and location, clarify the nature of the business next to your position. Current and prior salaries do not affect the wage you’d be offered if you are chosen for the position.

Current Employer

Type none, unless you are actually employed at the time of submitting your application. If we Process the job applications on behalf of the employer, we will not contact the current employer before the job interview.

Previous Employer

The first date is the higher date and the second is the date of the last day worked. Forcing the dates may disqualify your application. If you have a long employment history, only the last 10 years would be required.

Segment Five–Skills and Background:

This section can be very helpful to give yourself an edge over other applicants who have similar qualifications. Make sure everything you include at the section is accurate and demonstrable. If the interviewer notices any discrepancies, You may lose the opportunity just for listening skills you have not actually gained.

Segment Six–References:

References are usually checked after the job interview if the hiring manager has a keen interest in offering you the position. Make sure your references are aware and able to respond communication from your prospective employer. We recommend asking a supervisor or a peer you have worked closely with to be one of your references. We suggest that you do not use family and friends as references.

Segment Seven–Resume:

Resume upload is required for all Job openings posted on Hiring.us.com
Curriculum vitae might be more appropriate for some positions. We are commanded That you attach your resume or CV in PDF format only; if you are unable to convert your file to PDF, contact us for assistance. Do not Attach a screenshot or an image file for a resume–doing that may disqualify application. We offer several services to help job applicants with their resume structure and format.

If you have a Professional profile or resume online, you can type in the web address to either in the field Provided in place of uploading a resume. This comes handy if you are on the go and you don’t have your files available at the time. Do not link to LinkedIn. A professional on my profile should be designed to Be used in lieu of your resume. Ask us about online professional profile service.

If neither your resume nor a link are available, save your application to submit it later. When applying early may increase your chances of being selected for the job.

Good Luck!

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