Job alert: Whole Foods will hire 6,000 new employees on November 2

Job alert: Whole Foods will hire 6,000 new employees on November 2
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On November 2, Whole Foods plans to hire 6,000 new employees for a variety of full-time and part-time positions, both seasonal and permanent, in all its U.S. stores.

Available positions include cashiers, culinary experts, prepared foods specialists and more, according to an announcement on the Whole Foods site.

A more complete list of job openings is available here.

You can apply in advance online at or simply show up at any of the chain’s stores on Thursday to be considered as a candidate.

Management will be meeting with potential hirees at all locations throughout the day to make job offers on the spot.

The Whole Foods website lists the following company perks of working for the organic grocer, which was recently bought by Amazon:

  • 20% off all Whole Food purchases beginning on your first day
  • Health and dental insurance for all full-time and part-time employees
  • Flexible schedule
  • Growth opportunities
  • Competitive pay

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