W e all have been to Mcdonald's at certain points of our lives and are familiar with the menu. We get to choose from a wide variety. But life does not give us choices that easy and we have to make certain tough decisions which characterize the struggle. Here are some famous people whom you admire, have worked at Mcdonalds during the downs of their life.Source Storypick
During his high school days in the summer of 1980, Jeff Bezos, now the CEO of the largest Internet-based retailer in the USA worked as a cook in McDonald's Miami branch. "My first week on the job, a five-gallon, wall-mounted ketchup dispenser got stuck open in the kitchen and dumped a prodigious quantity of ketchup into every hard-to-reach kitchen crevice. Since I was the new guy, they handed me the cleaning solution and said, 'Get going!'"
He was a college drop out that time and used to work late night at McD to support himself when his parents refused to do so. While working there he used to practice accents on customers, an actor inside him was budding out. In 2015 Washington Post editorial, he was quoted saying, "McDonald's was there for me when no one else was."
He used to be a hamburger fryer at McD.
He received his first pay cheque at Mcdonald's. His manager thought that he was too slow for flipping, and so he made him work at the cash register.
Her sister was a manager at Mcdonald's. Her brother also worked there.
She used to be a drive-through girl at McDonald's. She has also worked at Pizza Hut, and Wendy's.
Before she got a modelling contract at the age of 19, she was a cashier at McDonald's.
He worked at McDonald's and also featured in the food chain commercial in 1996. He referred to his McD job as his, "first race around the clock."
She was a teenager when she worked at McD. She worked at Pizza Hut too.
He was a Mcdonald's employee and described it as "the worst job I ever had."
He worked at McDonald's during his high school days. In one of his campaigns during 2012, he said, "but when I was growing up, you know, when I was flipping burgers at McDonald's, when I was standing in front of that big Hobart machine washing dishes or waiting tables, I never thought of myself as stuck in some station in life. I thought to myself; I'm the American dream on a path and journey so that I can find happiness however I can find it myself."
The struggle of the famous country singer started when she was just a child. She sung at bars when she was just 8, helping her family to pay bills. She worked at Mcdonald's when she was in a high school.