In the next six weeks, McDonald’s has announced that it will employ more than 17,400 workers.
By the end of 2020, the fast food giant, the biggest employer of young people in Australia, will create thousands of full-time, part-time and casual roles.
Andrew Gregory, Chief Executive Officer of McDonald’s Australia, said that this company is proud to help “make a positive difference” through these turbulent times.
“This year has been a time of significant change and challenge for many Australians facing a difficult economic climate,” Gregory said.
“As one of the country’s largest employers we are very proud to be able to help make a positive difference and provide new opportunities for more than 17,400 Australians into full-time, part-time and casual roles as crew, maintenance, baristas and management.
“At Macca’s, we are also focused on providing our employees with outstanding development opportunities in the form of training and on-the-job experience to attain the skills they need to develop their career and future success, whether that’s with us or elsewhere.
“Providing young people with a great first job that also develops skills that enhance their employability, is something we believe is in the long-term interests of the Australian economy.”
- New South Wales – 5,500
- Queensland – 4,700
- Victoria – 4,600
- Western Australia – 1,380
- South Australia – 820
- Tasmania – 180
- ACT – 120
- Northern Territory – 120
To apply for a role at McDonald’s, head to its career website here.