Need a job? McDonald's is hiring 400 people throughout Central Texas.

According to a McDonald's press release, and reported by KWTX, McDonald’s is looking to hire 400 Central Texans during a three day hiring event. Mark you calendars and polish up that resume as McDonald's in Waco, Temple, and Bryan-College Station will be adding staff.

The hiring event is happening Tuesday, April 13 through Thursday, April 15. Participating McDonald's locations throughout Central Texas will be hiring crew members and looking to fill management positions.

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400 people is just part of McDonald's statewide effort to hire 25,000 people in Texas. If you're unemployed and looking to get back to work, this is a great time to do so.

Why work at McDonald's? Competitive benefits, flexible scheduling, world class training, employee rewards and tuition assistance are all offered. A job at McDonald's could be the first stepping stone on your career path, whether you stick with the company for the long haul or build on the experiences you have there.

With McDonald's commitment to hire 25,000 people in the state of Texas, and 400 people here in Central Texas, now is a great time to get back to work.

It might surprise you to know of several celebrities who have once worked for McDonald's. Jay Leno, Rachel McAdams, Sharon Stone, Seal, Shania Twain, James Franco, Pink, Paul Ryan, and Pharrell Williams have all been employed under the golden arches at one time.

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Even the world's richest man, Jeff Bezos, was a breakfast cook at McDonald's when he was a much younger man living in Miami. Bezos said he was blessed with the ability to crack an egg with one hand, telling Fast Company back in 2001, "One of the great gifts I got from that job is that I can crack eggs with one hand. My favorite shift was Saturday morning, I would get a big bowl and crack 300 eggs in it."

Find more info at  McDonalds.com/careers, and good luck.

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