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Tricia Hendrix
Community Specialist
20 days ago

Gain experience you NEED in fast food!

Working at fast food establishments like McDonald’s or Burger King sometimes has a negative reputation attached to it. HOWEVER, what many people don't realize is that working in the QSI (quick-service industry) is actually a great way to build new and transferable skills, advance your career and earn some money!

It’s not just for teenagers

If you are out of work and looking for something to get you back on your feet, many QSI jobs are willing to train the right employee. It's also great if you are looking for part-time work as hours tend to be flexible! Depending on the company many offer health benefits to full-time employees as well as advancement programs.

Who has worked in the QSI

Many well-known individuals have attributed working in the QSI to help them gain the skills they needed later in life such as task management, organization, leadership, and social skills.

James Franco (who you may know from Spiderman among other films) was a struggling actor living in Los Angeles. He was fired from a coffee shop and golf course and couldn't find acting work. Franco said he began working in the drive-thru and practicing foreign accents on customers. It helped him to perfect his craft.

He said, "Someone asked me if I was too good to work at McDonald’s because I was following my acting dream despite all the pressure not to, I was definitely not too good to work at McDonald’s."

The QSI may be the perfect fit for you too!

Build new skills and get started today

#McDonalds #BurgerKing #foodservices

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Jeremy Vreeland
about 1 month ago
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Ashley Wilson

Are you looking for work now? Make sure to check out the job search!

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Eddie Adkins
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Janice Reed

I'm not sure I understand fully. Did you not feel like you got enough support at work @Eddie Adkins?

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Elida Ramos
2 months ago

Guadalupe

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Deroyne Williams
3 months ago

It was a job... I needed a job... The people were ok but clocking in for was a hassle... Had to ask someone else to clock myself in, which made it difficult to get started

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yenifer Reyna
5 months ago

I communicated with people

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Emily Manning
over 6 months ago

Apply Burger King in Swansboro

I'm 18 years old and I apply to Burger King in Swansboro and I would like to be a team member

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Crystal Cherry
over 6 months ago

I didn't get a call yet from the Burger King

In Richburg,Sc 29729 for the Team Member- Breakfast Shift I apply for the job on 09/27/2016 I need A job please and thank you.

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Dareeya Jones
over 6 months ago

Social Security

When do you have to have your social security card or number to apply for this job..... because i need to get a copy of mine.

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