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McDonald’s hiring 11,000-plus employees in latest recruitment drive

It currently has a workforce of over 107,000 people across its 1,010 restaurants.

McDonald’s announced over 11,000 full-time, part-time and casual roles are available as part of its annual recruitment drive.

In a media release, the fast food giant said 4,500 jobs are available in NSW, 2,500 in VIC, 2,000 in QLD, 1,000 in SA, 750 in WA, 250 in NT, 200 in TAS, and 50 in ACT.

McDonald’s currently has a workforce of over 107,000 people across its 1,010 restaurants and says it invests more than $40 million into training and development initiatives annually.

“McDonald’s is looking to employ people of all ages and experience levels, offering a supportive working environment, outstanding training and development opportunities and the flexibility to suit all circumstances,” McDonald’s Australia chief people officer Emma Napoli-Hala said.

“In partnership with our franchisees, McDonald’s plays an important role as a key employer and economic contributor in the local community.”

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