Chain looked to hire 50,000 new workers for U.S. stores during national event
McDonald’s Corp. recruiters interviewed thousands of applicants Tuesday for jobs at the chain’s 14,000 U.S. restaurants as part of its National Hiring Day. In Irving, Texas, dozens of applicants met with operators and managers as part of the hiring event, during which McDonald’s sought to hire 50,000 workers nationwide. Jeffrey Smith, who started as a crew member in 1978 making shakes in Peoria, Ill., and now owns and operates McDonald’s in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, ...
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