”, which all tell the employer that you are eligible for a tax credit, which should not play a part in the hiring decision.The employer will not see your answer, they will only see if you meet any of the tax requirements.

Just like you can tell if you like apples by trying them, you can look at and be around a certain gender and know if you're attracted to it or not.

You don't need to sleep with someone or be in a relationship with someone to know if you want to. Your sexual orientation has nothing to do with sexual experiences.

You will sometimes see this question when you reach an optional part of the application that inquires about your tax eligibility.

Companies ask this question along with questions like, “Are you a veteran?

After all it's not the sex that brings you closer together it's the laughs, things you have in common with one another, getting to know each other for what's in the heart and the mind. You don't have to have sexual experiences to know who you're sexually attracted to, although sometimes it does help you realize you're not attracted to just one gender. Wanting to kiss, hug, spend time together isn't sexual but its attraction and telling enough.

It's hard to explain; it's just something you know in your head. Their orientation is nothing to yours but what they appear to be - Is what you like. You can decide you're one thing and find out you're another or a sub-type of your intended or believed type.We’ve been hearing from quite a few Snagajob members lately, who are concerned that job applications ask for your birth date or Social Security number.As long as you fulfill certain requirements – see them outlined below – employers legally cannot make hiring decisions based on your age.The reason why Snagajob asks for your birth date when you register is so we can make sure you are old enough to join the site (you cannot register for Snagajob if you are under the age of 14). You may see questions in the application including: “Are you 16 or older? ” These questions are simply to verify that you meet the minimum age that the position requires. ” You will most likely only see this question when you are applying for bartending jobs.Many states require that you’re 21 years old to be bartender. ” While it may seem like they are asking you this question to discriminate older workers, rest assured that is not the case.To anyone else reading who is going through something similar, post your own question in the forum by creating an account here (don’t worry, it’s free) and get some really great support from the rest of the community. If you is a teenager, believe me, you don't know yet and have no reason to accelerate this "decision". If you're bi for example you do not have to have had intimate relations with a boy and a girl to know that you're attracted to both sexs.