I understand using months and years but why do some companies feel the need to ask for a specific day when applying? It's so annoying as I never remember my exact beginning and end dates.
And who on earth can remember such minor details anyway?!!
I've ended up making a guess as they don't let you skip the day. I mean if they want a background check or will call the employer they can get the exact day. I don't know why they want it on the application.
wow never heard of that and think I'd avoid it actually, it's just strange to me, best of luck indeed though
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