Employment history for the last 5 years?

I am applying for a Safety stewards job with G4S. I am completing the form and one section asks for a employment history for the last 5 years, I have been in college for 4 years, and I have included my final year at school, which = 5 years of history, but when I click next on the form it says "You cannot proceed to the next stage without completing your references. You are required to submit at least 5 years of references." , I don't know why it keeps saying this as I have given them 5 years reference, Help would be much appreciated, what should I do?

Asked By: - 7/18/2012
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This is WHY G4S have made such a cockup for the Olympics. They want names of referees, just fill in a Teachers name or someone you know. By the sounds of it they are taking on anyone, even non English speakers. Good Luck UK
Answered By: Kernow Lady - 7/18/2012
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this is a common problem with a lot of employment application websites - they don't provide for all possible honest or correct answers. you have two choices, try to give it what it is asking for or saying screw it and apply someplace else and hope of a better application process
Answered By: old man on the hill - 7/18/2012
I had the exact same problem completing a form to work in a bank. it took me a hour and a half before it would allow me to proceed. In the end I had to tweak the dates i'd worked to make it look like longer, at first it wouldn't accept it and I couldn't understand why. This may sound stupid as I'm sure you already have... More
Answered By: blip - 7/18/2012
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