If you’re looking for a gig in your golden years, you might want to check under the Golden Arches.
With the teens who so often staff its restaurants not always eager or able to start work early, McDonald’s is teaming up with AARP to hire older workers for its breakfast and lunchtime shifts.
The fast-food giant will post positions on AARP’s online job board as it tries to fill roughly 250,000 jobs over the summer. McDonald’s is also working with the AARP Foundation to launch a pilot program in five states that will help match lower-income older Americans with potential jobs.
This isn’t the first time McDonald’s has targeted older workers. But while previous efforts have tended to be smaller, local campaigns, this marks the