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McDonald's teams up with AARP to hire more older workers

Ben Miller
McDonald's teams up with AARP to hire more older workers

McDonald's Corp. said it's teaming with AARP as the fast-food giant looks to fill a quarter-million jobs this summer. The Chicago restaurant giant (NYSE: MCD) said it's looking for older workers for all positions, from morning shifts to management workers, because it has to fill 250,000 openings this summer. Thanks, in part, to our new collaboration with AARP and AARP Foundation we’re looking to position McDonald’s as a place where people at every stage of working life can see themselves grow and thrive while bringing stability and a different perspective that everyone can learn from," ” said Melissa Kersey, McDonald’s U.S. chief people officer, in a statement.