What does degree/area of study mean in a job application?

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ANSWER #1 of 8

Like what you studied or have a degree in.

ANSWER #2 of 8

It means what you studied for a part from school i.e on mine I would say Bcom Accounting, which is the name of my degree, a medical student would quote their degree or qualification.

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ANSWER #3 of 8

So diploma could be the answer?

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ANSWER #4 of 8

Yes that is correct.

What jobs can I get with a mathematics degree?

ANSWER #5 of 8

But specify what diploma.

jobs I can get with a french degree other than translation?
ANSWER #6 of 8

how bout job title, could cashier be it?

What am i supposed to say on this job application?

ANSWER #7 of 8

Yes, that could be it.

what does course of study mean in a job application?
ANSWER #8 of 8

It is asking what degree you were studying while in school. Someone getting a bachelor's degree in medicine would state that. Someone going for a business degree would state that. If you haven't gone to college but gradated from high school, you would state high school diploma under that spot. If you got your GED, you would state that. They are basically asking what you are educated in.

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