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Hooters girls wear Monday, wed, Thursday, sat, Sunday orange and white. Tuesday is a military camp outfit. Friday is black uniform.
Bartenders always wear black

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I was hired on the spot

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18 to work there. 21 to bartender depending on state laws

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You can make your own schedule but most girls only work 8 hours a day three to four times a week.

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Health, Dental, Vision, Life, and paid time off.

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In my experience, there are 3 parts.
Part one is an assessment. This is to see if you have intrigued & sparked curiosity with the assistant manager. If you pass, he/she will inform you that they will set up an interview with the General Manager. This step is inevitable and occurs when you have come in for an application Mon-Fri between the hours of 2:00 pm and 4:00 pm.

Part two is a called back for an official interview. Smile! Be Confident! Be Yourself! I know this sounds cliche but this goes along way. If you are successful, you will be asked about coming back again at a certain time. This is great news as it means you've got the job, but there is just one more thing they want to check before verbally telling you...

Part three. Congrats, you've made it! Now it's time to try on the uniform to see if you're comfortable in it. If you are, then take a celebratory selfie, because you're a Hooters Girl!

NOW remember this is my personal experience. Sometimes girls get the jackpot and get hired on the spot. I'd like to believe this happens when locations are in high demand, but who really knows. I hope this was helpful! Good Luck!

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Have open availability and a positive attitude. Each shift is going to be different so always expect the unexpected and use smart judgment.

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2.13. Be yourself and have fun

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The pay cycle is bi-weekly

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