How Far Back Do You Have to List Jobs on an Employment Application?

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A good rule of thumb is either your last 3 jobs or 10 years, whichever is the least when listing past employment on applications. Some applications, though, will have a specific number of spaces for past jobs or give you direct instruction. If not, go with the last 3 or past 10 years. Good luck on your job hunt!
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