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I need to find out my past history of all the jobs ...

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I need to find out my past history of all the jobs I've ever held. I simply can't remember them all The days I started until I stopped work. How do I find this out .....
Submitted: 10 years ago.
Category: Job
Expert:  Steve -- a.k.a. Oreport replied 10 years ago.
I recommend that you start reconstructing your job history by
contacting those employers which you do remember -- and asking for copies
of your past resumes and/or job applications.

If, after doing this, you still have employment gaps to fill in -- you can
contact the Internal Revenue Service and/or Social Security
Administration. The IRS can provide you with earnings information
from your W-2s for the past 10 years for free.

Actual copies of
your W-2s can only be provided as a part of copies of your tax returns
for previous years -- for which you will be charged.

The Social Security Administration will, for a similar charge, also provide you with earnings information for previous years.

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