Everyone has to start somewhere, right?
So why not fast food restaurants.
Here’s a look at some highly successful people from around the world and where they started out.
From McDonald’s to Dunkin’ Doughnuts, here’s where they worked.
When she was just starting out, McAdams also worked at McDonald's.
By her own words, the now-actress wasn't a very good employee at the fast food giant, as Business Insider previously reported.
According to US Magazine, the 'Spotlight' star once broke an orange juice machine.
He wrote about the experience on LinkedIn: 'Scooping ice cream is tougher than it looks. Rows and rows of rock-hard ice cream can be brutal on the wrists.'
As Business Insider previously reported, the current Speaker of the House worked at McDonald's as a young man.
He revealed that his manager didn't always have too much faith in him:
'The manager didn't think I had the social skills to work the counter, and now I'm in Congress!'
Parade reported that Queen Latifah started out in the fast food industry:
'If my brother and I wanted money in our pockets, we had to get jobs -- my first was at 15, at Burger King.'
Franco notably penned a letter supporting McDonald's in the Washington Post.
He revealed that he would put on fake accents for customers to practice his acting chops and ate the surplus cheeseburgers destined for the trash heap:
'I was treated fairly well at McDonald's. If anything, they cut me slack. And, just like their food, the job was more available there than anywhere else. When I was hungry for work, they fed the need. I still love the simplicity of the McDonald's hamburger and its salty fries.'
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