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What happens when all their employees realize that they need to make more money that you can at McDonald's?

Lisa Schmeiser

Then they move on.

That said, if you're in management or operating a franchise, it can often be very lucrative to work @ McDonald's. I know at least one person who put himself through college managing a shift at a McD.


Depends on whether they can get people to go to the classes. If they happen during work hours (i.e., employees get paid for that time), it might work, but otherwise I doubt it. Especially with the younger employees--does any teenager really think about money management?


Teenagers do care about money management--they like power and control and stuff as much as anyone. The key is teaching goal setting behavior and delayed gratification, and making the goals concrete and managable.

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