Review questions you may be asked on a McDonald's interview and add questions you have been asked to the list. Share a Question
Learned from Mistake
- My weakness are in the past. I wasn't organized in giving in assignments but now I have learnt from that mistake.
- —Guest prashan
What is Customer Service?
- Customer Service is when you put smile on your customer's face and make sure they are happy.
- —Guest marvin yungkhalifa
- I want to work at Mcdonalds to gain experience working in fast food and to work with people.
- —Guest marvin yung khalifa
Why Do You Want to Work at McDonald's?
- I've always been interested in cooking and I thought working at McDonalds will be a great start and experience for me to learn the skills I need to be successful.
- —Guest azza124
- I'm being honest. I've never worked anywhere and I think that McDonalds is somewhere I could start. I'm twenty years old and need a career path. I catch on easily and learn quickly. My qualities are that I am out-going, willing, and I have paticence. I am low on cash times and need to get a job.
- —Guest Brittiny
Why work at McDonald's?
- I'd like to join in your company to improve my ability. I'm willing to learn.
- —Guest sadiknestor
For Myself and My Family
- I'm 14 and I'm looking for a job. I want to work because right now my parents can't support me with money for my school activities and we're having problems with the house bills. I'd like to work so I can support myself and help out my parents at the same time.
- —Guest KaLia Thao
What made you choose McDonalds?
- I enjoy McDonalds and eating here and why not turn something I love into a job.
- —Guest Guest
Working at McDonald's
- I want to work at McDonald's because I want to excel in your company and hopefully get hired.
- —Guest fritz vernitus
Work at McDonald's
- I want to help my parents with some financial problems.
- —Guest Karen Grace P. Esguerra
Why do you want to work at Mcdonald's
- I want to work at McDonald's because I want to excel in your company and hopefully stay with it and get a position in higher management.
- —Guest Anthony K.