Technology: Punching The Clock

Looking for a summer job or a weekend gig to help pay the bills? There are 50,000 openings at, an employment Web site specializing in hourly work. With the job market heating up, companies like Applebee's and Home Depot are paying between $7 and $18 an hour to line up workers, says Shawn Boyer, the site's CEO.

To find your spot, just type in your ZIP code and get a menu of offerings. If you're new to the job-hunting game, you can get advice at the site on how to fill out your application and dress for the interview. It's also a good way of getting your teen off the couch.

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