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I’m about to turn 100 and still work at McDonald’s – it’s my dream job & I’ll never quit

A WOMAN who's about to celebrate her 100th birthday says she has no plans to retire from her job at McDonald's anytime soon.

She said "age is just a number" – and has no plans to quit her job as she celebrates her milestone birthday on March 3.

Ruth Shuster has been working at McDonald's for 25 years – since she was 73, KDKA previously reported.

Three days a week, the Pennsylvania resident greets customers and wipes down tables WTAE reported.

Of her upcoming birthday, she said: "it’s just a number.”

A lively woman, Shuster said she's been working since her partner died 50 years ago.

"I've been working eve, ever, ever since and I like working," she told WTAE.

She added that her job at the fast food joint pays the bills, and she loves working there.

"I never had a lot of money but I always had enough, that’s the way it is,” she told WATE.

She told the outlet she misses dancing and interaction with others in the Covid pandemic.

“I go dancing four days a week," she said.

Her location has set up a box where people can send her mail: at 9061 Lincoln Hwy, North Huntingdon, PA 15642.

On her birthday last year, McDonald's location owner Nick Delligatti told KDKA Shuster was welcome to stay "as long as she'd like."

"We enjoy everyday we have with her is such a blessing," he said.

Another McDonald's fan revealed he's spent nearly $50,000 on food at the fast-food joint over the past 20 years.

Some crazy fanatics have snagged the original straws from McDonald's for thousands of dollars on Ebay.

One health-mad mom revealed how she turned a Big Mac into a salad – baffling fans.

McDonald’s fan orders McBrunch burger off menu and shows how to get cheeseburger with hash browns

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