McNorthCarolina  /  Bragg Blvd. McDonald's

For people who think the best jobs are those with a future.
Life's a full-time job. But if you've still got a few hours open, think of working here. Right now, we've got all kinds of job openings -- at different times of the day. And they all need friendly, responsible, hard-working people. People like you. Let's get together.
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McDonald's and McDonald's independently owned and operated franchisees are equal opportunity employers committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce. ©2013 McDonald's.

For people who aspire to more than just a job.
Want to know what makes this such a great place to work? People like you. People from different backgrounds, with diverse interests and -- oh, wow, all kinds of stories. If you'd like to be part a diverse workplace where a job can become a life-long career, let's get together. Soon.
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McDonald's and McDonald's independently owned and operated franchisees are equal opportunity employers committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce. ©2013 McDonald's.




You know – the Golden Arches. Burgers, fries... and now, some great salads and chicken sandwiches, too. More than 50 million people across the globe eat in our 30,000 restaurants every day.

McDonald's. Did you also know that it takes over 1 million people worldwide to serve those customers? We’re the largest employer in the quick service restaurant industry.

McDonald's. More than 80 percent of our restaurants are locally owned by folks who live and work right in your communities. These aren't just wealthy investors. They're hard-working men and women – many who started out as crew members – who run multi-million dollar companies and impact the lives of dozens, sometimes hundreds, of young people every day.

McDonald's. Did you know that McDonald's is recognized nationally for the outstanding employment opportunities provided to women, Hispanics and other minorities?

Fortune named McDonald's as "Best Place to Work for Minorities." Working Mother Magazine named the company one of the "100 Best" for working mothers.



In 1975, Ted Tongson became McDonald's first Asian-American owner/operator.