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Fast Food Jobs: Sonic Application Online

When you are hungry and in the mood for a flashback to the 1950’s and 1960’s, the one fast food joint that should come to mind is Sonic Drive-in.

Yes, they still roller skate up to your car window to deliver your order! And if you love to roller skate, a Sonic Drive-in “carhop” position is right up your alley!

Sonic is the leader in fast food drive-in restaurants by sticking to what made drive-ins so popular in the first place: made-to-order American classics, signature menu items, speedy service from Read the rest of this entry »

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Retail Store Jobs: Target Application Online

When you want to go discount shopping for regular but good quality everyday type of things such as household items, good quality clothes, food, electronics, baby needs, etc…You would most likely think about going to one of the biggest well known name brands like Target.

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Target is a big discount retail store that is becoming just as well know for it’s bargain as Walmart is.

George Dayton founded this company after buying it from R.S Goodfellow. It started with the name “Goodfellows Dept Store and in 1903, the store changed its name to Read the rest of this entry »

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Fast Food Jobs: Wendy’s Application Online

One of the top burger chains in the world also offers one of the tastiest menus. Wendy’s Old Fashioned hamburgers was founded by Dave Thomas & John T. Schuessler on November 15, 1969, in Columbus, Ohio.

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Wendy’s application online. Image credit:

Being one of the top three burger chains world wide means that they are always hiring and between them and their affiliates they employ more than 46,000 people in its global operations… and constantly growing!

They continue to grow at a fast pace.

Wendys loves promoting people from within their company. If you start out as a burger flipper and want to apply for a management position or corporate employee, your chances of getting the job is much better than someone who is applying for the same job but never worked for their company.

Wendys job benefits include:

Comprehensive health insurance with health savings account feature
Optional dental and vision insurance coverage
401(k) with company match
Life and disability insurance
Optional supplemental life insurance for employee, spouse and children
Flexible spending account

See all of Wendys job benefits and fill out a Wendys application online here.

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Restaurant Jobs: Coco’s Application Online

A great alternative to Denny’s is a very popular restaurant named Coco’s.

Like most successful restaurants and stores, Coco’s had humble beginnings. They opened up as the Snack Shop in 1948 by John and Audrey McIntosh, the couple soon grew the restaurant to a chain of several others and in 1965 they turned all the stores into the Coco’s concept.

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Coco’s application online. image credit:

As the name clearly suggests, the chain build its success on pies, adding several other dishes over the time. In 2002, Coco’s was bought along its sibling chain store Carrows by Read the rest of this entry »

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Abercrombie and Fitch Application Online- Apply Online

During the ending years of the 1800’s David T Abercrombie and Ezra H Fitch opened the doors to their first store. Originally the store started as an elite outfitter of sporting goods, especially shotguns, tents, and fishing rods.

The original store closed its doors in 1977 but has sense been revived as a casual luxury clothing store.

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abercrombie and fitch application online

Most recently, however, its casual luxury line has been taking a hit as it has come under fire for marketing padded bikini tops to seven-year-old girls and thongs to ten-year-olds Read the rest of this entry »

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Apply for Jobs Online: How to Get the Job You Want

Imagine more money in your pocket from getting the job you want. Picture yourself sitting back in your house, in front of your computer, and easily filling out job applications online.

Now that summer is over, it’s time to get back to work. Whether you are starting your job hunt for the first time in your life, looking for another part time job or hourly jobs, or getting back into the work force, is the place for you to get the ball rolling.

Some new online jobs applications have just been added to Jobler. Here are some of the latest updates.

Warehouse jobs


Cost Plus

Office Supply jobs


Office Depot

Office Max

Clothing store jobs



H & M


Banana Republic


American Eagle

Polo Ralph Lauren

Victoria’s Secret

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Burger King







Dunkin Donuts

Sonic Drive In

Click here to apply for all the jobs online.

The key to getting a job is persistence. This is the key to any kind of success in life. Keep going for it until you succeed.

There are countless stories of people taking so many rejections before they finally got hired. You have to remember that hundreds, if not thousands of other people, are applying for the same job that you’re applying for.

The key to getting notice over all the other applicants is your persistence, confidence, and hunger. You must ask yourself, “How hungry am I for this job?” “How bad do I want to get this job?”

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The hungrier you are, the harder you must work to get the job. Be persistent and keep coming back to apply for the job(s) you want.

Others will also be very hungry for the same job so you must show that you are hungrier. You are better. You are more confident. You are better suited for the job position. You deserve the job more than the other applicants do.

You must go back to and keep filling out job applications until you get the job!

Go get the job you want and thanks for sharing with your friends and family!

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First Step to Being Wealthy: Get a Job and Save Money?

Do you have a job? If not, first get a job by filling out online job applications (like mcdonalds and starbucks etc…

Once you are working and receiving a paycheck, you can begin your quest for financial freedom.

Step one is to learn how to save money. Wealthy people have a habit of “paying themselves” first. This means from every paycheck, they set aside a certain amount of money, normally at least 10% of what they earned, and they put it aside into a savings account or investment that pays interest.

The one thing that all wealthy people have in common is that they know how to manage their money.

They don’t “blow” their whole paychecks when they get paid, then are miserable until their next paycheck. No.

What they do is also set aside a percentage of every paycheck that they use for entertainment and things they want to buy. Once they’ve spent that money, they wait until their next paycheck  to buy more things that they want to blow their money on.

In addition, they also set aside a percentage of every paycheck for their savings account, that they will ultimately use for investments.

How does this apply to you?

Well let’s say you fill out a Mcdonalds application or a Starbucks application and you end up getting a job. You start your paid training and receive your first paycheck. For this example, lets say you got paid $500.

What you should do is set aside 10%, which is $50. This 10% is all you have to spend on “buying” new clothes or “going out to the movies” or whatever. This $50 is all you have to “blow” until your next paycheck. The rest of the $450 will go to your saving and be used to pay your bills. I will go into the savings part in another post.

It sounds “hard,” and sure, it may be hard in the beginning, but you will get used to it and you will also be very proud of yourself for learning and taking the first steps to wealth.

Wealthy people “blow” money too, but only a percentage of what they make.

You work at at your job each day, week, year, so why blow all of your money every time you get paid?

Learn to save more than you spend. That is the first step to being wealthy.


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