I was sixteen years old and eager to find my first job. After heading to the nearby mall, I had collected several applications to complete for a variety of positions.

Name, address, work history, Social Security number, skills, and so many other questions had to be answered. Lucky for me, I had two parents at home who were happy to help complete each application and figure out how to best answer these tricky questions for a teen who had never worked before.

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