I am filling out a job application and it asks for my "current title" what does that mean?
I am filling out a job application and it asks for my "current title" what does that mean? I need to know soon so I can finish this application. Thanks!
Asked By: 1234567890 - 6/14/2009
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Your job title like receptionist, personal assistant, bookkeeper, bricklayer, waitress.
Answered By: shipwreck - 6/14/2009
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it means your name in case your a lady and it changed from miss to mrs
Answered By: Casper - 6/14/2009
are you currently employed somewhere? if so, what do you do? cashier, customer service? if you are not employed then leave it blank or put unemployed
Answered By: S K - 6/14/2009
Your "current title" relates to your current job. There you should but your current job title (ie customer service rep, cashier, etc.) If you are not working, but are a student, you can put student there. If you're not a student, and not working you can write N/A, None, or unemployed there. Good luck!
Answered By: Tiffany - 6/14/2009
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