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Help re Occupations question on simplified SW form - easy one

Help re Occupations question on simplified SW form - easy one

Old Jan 7th 2008, 1:44 am
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Hi there,

Very (very) easy question for all you experts re how to fill in the Skilled Worker class simplified application form.

Question 26 asks you to list out your "occupations" over the last 10 years in reverse order. I read this as meaning my job (ie. accountant in my case). However, there is no space to include employer's name. Should I be including the name of my job or my employer under "Occupation"?

I've changed employer several times but have always done the same job. In this case, should I just include a single occupation, or should I list out each job separately? The reason for my question is that it looks odd to put "accountant" down three times with no explanation that it's a different employer each time!

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Old Jan 7th 2008, 2:07 am
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Default Re: Help re Occupations question on simplified SW form - easy one

Occupation is what you do. So your job yes. They use the term Employer when they what who you worked for.
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