Newspaper article Fraser Coast Chronicle (Hervey Bay, Australia)

Hard Work Does Pay off; Former M'boro Student Becomes Restaurant's Youngest Shift Manager

Newspaper article Fraser Coast Chronicle (Hervey Bay, Australia)

Hard Work Does Pay off; Former M'boro Student Becomes Restaurant's Youngest Shift Manager

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Byline: Blake Antrobus blake.antrobus@ frasercoastchronicle.com.au

ABOUT a year ago Kyle Adams was hitting the books to prepare himself for a future in the business world.

Now the 18-year-old Maryborough student is the youngest shift manager to be hired by the local McDonald's, making huge strides for his future employment.

Mr Adams has put off his accounting studies to complete further certificate training offered by the restaurant.

Having worked at Maryborough McDonald's for four years, his story is a sign of how dedication and hard work pays off.

"It was pretty hectic with all the study and work last year... I worked pretty hard to get to where I am now," Mr Adams said.

"Mostly, it was pretty exciting to get the position."

The practical experience of working as a manager has also paid off for Mr Adams, who completed his Certificate 3 in retail operation.

Having enjoyed the management side of business operations, he chose to defer his studies to focus on more training. …

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