Originally posted by allprowolfy
At a loss here op as to how McDonalds is going to hire 50,000 workers? I mean our 4 franchises in my town are not hiring currently. So what are they planning on doing hiring 50,000 workers for under what they are previously paying there current workers
I don't get it
Originally posted by boondock-saint
But he won't
tell the public those jobs created were
minimum wage part time jobs at McDonald's.
It's Obama Spin at it's finest.
Originally posted by 8fl0z
Im 15 and i need a job...Im taking this offer up sooo quick, putting in multiple applications at different stores around here...
I dont see what the big deal is...these jobs are for us kids anyways, adults really shouldnt be working there as a primary job...let them hire us then fire us, we're kids, it happens, we'll find other jobs...
So what if Obama uses this to get elected again...once he's gone, i REALLLLLLY, really doubt the next president will be any better. Theyre politicians, all the same, theyll promise you sh-- so you vote for them, then go back on what they promised and leave you in the dark. That wont change, it never will, that is unless we have....revolution...
Do you want to know how to find a job in America today? It's easy. Just be willing to flip burgers, wait tables or welcome people to Wal-Mart. You must also be willing to work for close to minimum wage with no health benefits. It's not that complicated.
On April 19th, McDonald's is going to be holding its first "national hiring day" and it will be attempting to fill 50,000 positions. Hundreds of thousands of applicants are expected, so if you are going to apply be ready for some stiff competition. McDonald's held a similar event last year in its western region and 60,000 people applied for just 13,000 jobs.
But if you are one of the lucky ones, you too may soon be flipping burgers for minimum wage. Who said that finding a job was hard and that the U.S. economy doesn't work anymore? All of us just need to be "flexible" and we all need to be willing to adapt to the "new economic reality".