Hey man, if your having trouble with job applications, your best bet is the local library. Some towns have an office of the local job center, usually doubles as the unemployment office (since unemployed people are usually looking for work).
The pizza place is probably a sure thing to get started, they usually have no end of people willing to drive and be lazy and cant keep people willing to be in the kitchen.
I work in the oilfields out west as a truck driver, and frankly once youve gotten on your feet a little I can not reccomend enough trying to get into that area of life and industry. If you are anywhere near North Dakota, Wyoming, Colorado, West Texas, or Western Pennsylvania/East Ohio, you can try to get on with one of the big boys as a greenhorn/greenhat. Lots of the service side jobs and drilling rigs will take people with zero experience and train them up. Names you want to keep an eye out for are guys like Halliburton, Schlumberger, Baker Hughes, Keane Frac, Weatherford, Nabors Drilling, Patterson Drilling, HP Drilling, etc.
These guys usually work a 2 week on, 1 week off rotation or some such, and they will have you either crashing in company housing, a man camp (think full service dorms) or on site skid shacks for the drilling rigs (which are just heavy duty singlewide trailers). With people who quit, extra work loads, call outs, etc many of those companies wont make you go home on your time off if you dont want to. All you gotta do be is be willing and able to piss clean on a drug test for some of the entry level positions. Any mechanical aptitude you can display is helpful but for the bottom rung stuff a willingess to work and be sober, and work in buttfuck fucking nowhere in all conditions, is all you need to get in. Most of these companies will even help you get a CDL so you can help with moving the trucks and equipment from site to site, which comes in handy down the road. Parley that into oilfield trucking or crane operating later, maybe get your Hazmat, etc etc.