Tidyforms.com and Entrepreneur.com offer several downloadable and printable job application templates. Officedepot.com sells printed, attorney-developed job applications in packs of 50. Many versions of these are state specific. Officedepot.com also offers free hiring forms on topics such as reference and education checks, information releases and driving record checks.
The most basic job application asks for the applicant's name and contact information, work history and education, and the title of the position being sought. Some templates also include sections for professional skills, references and military service history. Additionally, job applications typically request the applicant's signature attesting that the information submitted on the application is accurate and complete.
An employer must be mindful of employment laws in its hiring practice, including its job application, to avoid claims of discrimination, states the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.