You might have heard the news that McDonald’s is moving its headquarters to Arkansas from Missouri.
That news came from the company’s CEO, Ron Johnson, and his executive team.
But you might not have known that this move was part of a plan to expand the company to other states.
We got your answers to five questions about the company and its expansion plans.
How did the company start?
It all started with a job application that McDonalds sent out in April.
The company said it wanted to fill more than 1,000 openings and that it would be hiring as many as 100 new employees a day by the end of 2020.
The application asked people to identify their interests and passions.
For example, it asked, “Would you like to go to a wedding with your favorite person or someone who has a close relationship with you?”
The company also said it was looking for “experienced managers, sales people, and marketing people.”
McDonalds told us that it has been hiring since July 1.
Its latest hiring surge came after the company announced it was expanding to Missouri in January and then Tennessee in February.
McDonald’s already had a presence in five states, including Arkansas.
The move to Missouri was part, the company said, of an overall strategy to attract and retain “a diverse workforce.”
What’s the big news?
McDonalds says that its expansion to Missouri is part of an effort to “focus our growth and growth effort on Missouri.”
The company announced its expansion plan in April, and it announced its plans to expand to five other states in November.
That expansion has been a major driver of the company, McDonald’s said.
It added jobs in Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Tennessee, and Texas.
The new Missouri expansion includes a $2.2 billion investment in a new $1.6 billion food processing facility.
The expansion will add 10,000 jobs in its first year.
Who are the new jobs?
McDonald’s has posted job openings for more than 5,000 new positions since the company started hiring.
That’s a big increase from the 1,600 openings the company reported for the same time period last year.
McDonalds said it expects the expansion to add as many jobs as it initially reported.
The openings include cooks, kitchen managers, cooks, dishwashers, and other food service workers.
Where will they be employed?
The company is looking for the following workers: cooks, cooks and dishwasher supervisors, cooks in support positions, cooks who can manage the company�s food service operations, and food service personnel in other jobs. McDonald�s said that it is looking to hire as many people as possible within the next two years.
Who should I talk to? McDonald�ns said people can call the company at 1-800-944-3399 or visit its website at www.mcdonalds.com/jobs.
It also said people should contact their local employment office to make sure they are eligible for jobs.
We asked McDonald’s to provide a list of job openings.
McDonald has been adding jobs in Kansas, Texas, Missouri and Missouri since the start of the year, according to data from the National Association of State Employment Directors.
The Kansas company also has been expanding to Florida, Texas and Tennessee.
The Texas company has added a total of 1,100 jobs in the last 12 months, and the Missouri company has more than 3,000 job openings, according the company.
We also reached out to McDonald’s parent company, General Mills, for comment on the expansion.
General Mills told us it does not comment on internal company announcements.