Chronological Printable Job Application

When people want to write a printable job application, they usually use a chronological format. It is the most used format for job application. When people hear the words ”job application”, they will think about this traditional format. Actually, most HRs people prefer the chronological format rather than other formats. Why? Because, when you use chronological format, you will list your skill and experience chronologically. This format is very suitable for someone who wants to show his/her career progress.

How To Write Printable Job Application Chronologically

Below are our guides to writing printable job application in a chronological format. But this format is not recommended for someone who keeps changing his/her job.

  1. List your job history

Since you want to write your job application in chronological format, all of your jobs should be listed starting from your recent job until your very first job. You need to include the company’s name, the location, your position, your responsibility, your duty, and the date when you were worked there.

 

  1. List your education history

Same with your job history, you need to list your education history start from your recent education. The list should include college degrees, apprenticeship, trade school, and anything else that you’ve ever participated in. If you graduate from university, you need to mention the university and program name.

 

  1. List your special skills or qualifications

After you listed your experience and education, the next thing you list is your skills or qualifications. It’s better to list the most important skills or qualifications first. To list those things, you need to create a special section titled “Special Skills” or “Special Qualifications”.

 

  1. List your references

You have to list at least 2 professional references. It can be your manager or college professor. Make sure to include the contact information such as e-mail or phone number.

Those are 4 steps in writing printable job application in a chronological format.

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