“Hosting an event like this will help McDonald's recruit a better crop of employees than it usually attracts,” Mr. Watkins said. “Now that the word is out, more unemployed workers with quality experience will apply.
“A lot of people might never think about it. But when you’ve been out of work for a while and you want to go back to work, you’re probably feeling pretty good about your chances of being hired by McDonald's.”
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