Chuck E. Cheese will hire 5,000 employees this summer across its 460 locations in 47 states nationwide.
Open positions at the brand range from cast and kitchen crew, to managerial roles, with incentives such as the ability for employees to access half their pay up to $500 instantly after their first week of employment.
The company also offers benefits like medical, dental, vision, life and disability insurance along with scholarships, discounts, and 401(k) retirement savings plan as part of the overall employment package.
During my senior year of high school and my freshman year of college, I worked for McDonald's. I did it all. I took orders and worked the cash register and drive-thru (when we actually had to figure out the change ourselves). My oldest teenage son is now at that same moment where he wants a job. So here’s what I think. If your teen wants to work to save up for his own car or something worthwhile and there is an available job at a fast-food restaurant, you should consider letting him/her take the job. I learned a lot from working at McDonald's and it helped me form a strong work ethic in each of my future jobs. I know fast food gets a bad rap, but for me, I think it's definitely good to have your kids know the value of hard work and earning money. What do you think?
I´m looking for a job like an office job or a job for disabled I am a 17 year senior in high school and I have no experience except in the food industry I recently had surgery and won't recover for a least a year and it's so hard to find jobs for disabled or office jobs that I qualify for I really need to save up for college and I have to pay for car insurance and gas. someone, please help me. #jobsearch #teenjobs #workfromhome #disabled
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