Whole Foods Is Hiring 6000 Employees Right Now

Posted November 03, 2017

Whole Foods' Hiring Day has calmed those fears for now, and today, November 2, the company is planning to add 6,000 employees to its workforce.

The grocery chain will hire 6,000 people at national hiring day event at all of its stores Thursday.

The company plans to hire 6,000 new employees. Available positions include cashiers, culinary experts and prepared food specialists.

According to AL.com, both full and part-time, seasonal and permanent positions are available.

The store said it will be offering "on-the-spot" job offers to some candidates who interview Thursday.

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Amazon just reported its tenth straight profitable quarter: sales were up 34 percent to $43.7 billion, $1.3 billion of which came from Whole Foods Market.

There are 10 Whole Foods Market locations in OH, including in Rocky River, Akron, University Heights, and Woodmere.

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