Dude, a burger flipping job is a job and money. Don't look down on it.
And it depends what you put on
the applications. You should be willing to do anything to get the job done. Within legitimate humane reasons. I'm sure you know what I mean.
First trick is be willing to learn anything. Second is to keep a positive attitude within the interviews and while at work. Do what you want at home, but a negative nancy or sarcastic jerk will not get you a job.(not saying you are either, of course, but this is something very important) Unless you're applying for a job where you need
to be a jerk, the attitude of positivity is severely important.
Last but not least, available hours. Try and make them available outside of stuff like Therapy/Etc. Or where applicable, School/College. The more available you are, the better. That even means you have to take a break from your hobbies for a little bit, so be it. Money first, hobbies later.(by that, like, weekly tournaments, etc.)
Are you in College/School, and can you Drive? If you do Drive, do you have a car already?