Ok, which fast food place should I work at?

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  • Ok, which fast food place should I work at?


Answer #1 | 29/12 2013 09:19
burger king
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Answer #2 | 28/12 2013 23:24
Answer #3 | 29/12 2013 00:24
I say either KFC or nandos cause Ty both pay good
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Answer #4 | 29/12 2013 00:50
I think all they pay you almost the same. If I were you, I would look out to know which is close and easy to go to.
Answer #5 | 28/12 2013 23:46
Nandos. Who doesn't like chicken
Answer #6 | 28/12 2013 23:29
anyone but Mcdonalds bro
Answer #7 | 29/12 2013 02:03
Answer #8 | 28/12 2013 23:00
Nando's Chicken pays the most I started working there when I lived in Australia and started off making $13 an hour
Answer #9 | 08/01 2014 03:35
$10.00 dollars an hour for a part-time job is pretty good. Most of the other restaurants in your area, begin employees with the minimum wage. They also give gradual increments for an anniversary, like three months, a year, and so on. Most of the entry crew member positions will begin with minimum wage or a small increment above that like perhaps 10 cents. So if the KFC in your area is offering $10.00 to start apply there, and then apply at the others in the event you do not get the KFC job. To help enhance your opportunity to get hired, add a few letters of reference to your online or in person job application.
Answer #10 | 30/12 2013 21:41
First off they did NOT offer your friend 10 an hour. KFC does not pay that amount no matter which location.
Answer #11 | 30/12 2013 06:48
You need to apply at all of them amd take the first job offer. Each store hires at different rates so your best chance of getting a job is to be flexible
Answer #12 | 29/12 2013 04:27
Grab the 10 bucks and run go to KFC
Answer #13 | 29/12 2013 05:03
The ONLY way to know who pays the most is to get an interview with each. If you can't get an interview you can't get a job so how much they pay is irrelevant if you aren't going to get an interview. Apply to every single one of them and take the job that is offered to you. Chances are slim that you'll get more than one offer. Pay isn't the only consideration either. You have to consider the hours they will give you, the environment you'll be expected to work in and the people that you will be working with. If KFC offers you $10 an hour but only offers you 12 hours a week and McDonald's is offering $8.50 an hour but they will give you 18 hours who do you think is going to pay you more per week? Would you rather cook and fry for $10 or would you rather work cashier for $8.50? Would you rather work for a mean hateful manager for $10 or a friendly and fair manager for $8.50? There is more to getting a job than how much they pay per hour.

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