What to write for "Subjects of SpecialStudy/Research Work" on a Job App.
Question Posted Sunday August 30 2009, 2:47 am
I have a job application for an ice cream parlor. A section of it says "Subjects of Special Study/Research Work". I don't understand what they want me to write there. I'm in high school with minimal job experience. Would I put down some extra curricular activities that I do? Please give me some general ideas and/or examples of what the employment manager is looking for in regards to that area of the application.
missaprilshowers answered Sunday August 30 2009, 3:52 pm: If you have had special study/ and or training for the position you are applying for. Meaning, if you have worked at an ice cream parlor before, and been trained to do so. If you haven't it is okay to leave it blank. Hope you get the job!
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