How to Use MyJobApps

If you know of which job you want to apply for, simply search for the job application in the upper right hand corner.  If we have the application for that page, it will show up in the results.  Please keep in mind that we update on a daily / weekly basis.

On the application page, you’re going to find out the history of the company, what kind of jobs that you can apply for, the benefits, as well as the rating that the average employee gives them.

If you just want to browse, you can search by the store letter up above in the menu, or if you wish, you can browse by the business sector too.


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Top Applications Viewed

Burger King Job Application

CVS Job Application

Dollar General Job Application

Family Dollar Job Application

Home Depot Job Application

Kohls Job Application

Kroger Job Application

Lowes Job Application

McDonalds Job Application

Old Navy Job Application

Pizza Hut Job Application

Sears Job Application

Starbucks Job Application

Subway Job Application

Target Job Application

Taco Bell Job Application

Walmart Job Application


Ready to Apply for a Job?

Applying for a job can be rather stressful, and if you’re looking for a particular job application or maybe you’re just looking for what’s out there, there are going to be some things that you’re going to need to know before you fill out the application in it’s entirety.

Follow directions: The first thing that you’re going to have to do is follow directions.  You’re going to want to make sure that you’re reading each and every line on the job application itself.  What you’re going to find out is that each application is going to be worded differently.

Fill out each line: Even if there is a line that you don’t qualify for, or you don’t know how to fill it out, you can always ask questions.  What you can also do is leave, “N/A” to show the employer that you at least attempted to answer the application itself.

Watch the fields: Now, there are some fields that you don’t want to fill out.  Many applications have sections that state it is for “office use only”, or you may find that some are for the authorities only.   Don’t put anything in these lines.

Watch your spelling: It’s always your best bet to get a second opinion on the application.  Just because you think it looks great doesn’t mean that you didn’t complete everything 100%.  Have a friend look into it to see if they can spot any errors.

Fill out a rough draft: Always request two applications.  The reason that you want to do this is because you will be able to work on the first draft.   If you mess up, you don’t have to worry as you will have one to write your final draft on.

Just be neat: Make sure that you have some nice handwriting.  No employer wants to see scribbles, white out or handwriting that simply isn’t eligible.  If you feel that you don’t have the greatest handwriting in the world, you may want to ask someone to help you!

Be honest: Never lie on your application as it’s going to come back to harm you in the long haul.  Don’t lie about previous jobs, references or even your crime record.  Many corporations out there will do various background checks to ensure that everything deems to be truthful.

Know the Illegal Questions

A company won’t be able to ask you the following questions on their application.  While you can answer them if you wish, this is going to be optional.

  • Your race
  • The color of your skin
  • Your sex
  • The religion that you follow
  • Your marital status
  • Your age
  • If you have a disability

What Questions Are On the Application?

  • Your name
  • Your address
  • Social security number
  • Date of birth
  • Street Address (City, State, Zip Code)
  • Telephone number
  • Email
  • Your education history (including high school, college)
  • Your work experience (name your most recent employers such as the company name, their phone number, the position held, reason for leaving and more)
  • Have you ever worked with the company before?
  • Criminal history
  • Have you ever been terminated from a position?
  • What hours can you work?

Keep in mind that there will be other questions that will be on various applications.  Each company is going to vary with it’s questions.  Check our profiles to see which questions are going to be on the particular application.