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How to Write a Resume for Mcdonalds

How to Write a Resume for Mcdonalds

How to Write a Resume for Mcdonalds

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One Important Part of Your Resume Is the “career Section”. This Is Where You Should Mention Your Experiences at McDonald’s so That a Potential Employer Can See If You’re Qualified. If You’ve Served for Multiple Years or You Took Some Kind of Leadership Role, Make Sure to Mention It. but That’s Not All! There Are Many Ways to Show Your Accomplishments and Experience to Employers.

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Would anybody have some suggestions as to how to make McDonald's look good on a resume when applying for internships and graduate jobs? I can't find any way to make it look relevant to finance or statistical analysis. The only thing that I have going for me is my degree from a small university. I try to emphasize on the skills I've derived, how I grew in the company, and the things I accomplished. But I honestly feel that employers are getting turned off. I can't delete it off my resume because it is one of the few work experiences that I have that demonstrate that I am employable, that I haven't been hopping between jobs, that I can work in teams, handle stress and etc. This is what I have been sending: McDonald’s (Crew Member) May 2014-Present City, Province • Underwent training to learn of the company’s guidelines • Responsibilities were increasing from cleaning on lobby to working on counter and drive-thru • Contributing to the company’s profits by strategically ‘upselling’ menu items • Working in teams to make sure that we’re reaching the targets • Accomplishing several tasks at one time such as pouring the drinks, using machines, handing out orders and handling payments by credit or cash • Interacting with customers in a polite and professional manner

Thanks for the comment; I was just going by what other people and counsellors told me. They said that I have to present my employment in the greatest way possible, so that something as embarrassing as mcdonalds could look impressive... That regardless of how lame the job was I should emphasize on my achievements and responsibilities. Or that I should be "selling" myself as of this very description wasn't enough. A lot of people stigmatize mcdonalds or think it's just some easy job that a monkey could do, so I'm just trying to reject that because the job is hard as shit. I'll try to emphasize on closing, that's an excellent idea. I haven't been out of school for two year; I was just awarded my degree this spring. I have been trying for internships for a while now but they always say they don't need students, or if it is a huge company then they get 1000s of applicants from target schools, probably with previous internships or experience. I feel like minimum wage is a trap, that once you have it on your resume there isn't a way to make it look relevant. (Source: www.reddit.com)

 

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