Whole Foods hiring 6000 new employees, offering 'on-the-spot' jobs today

Posted November 03, 2017

Whole Foods Market is seeking to hire 6,000 new team members nationwide.

The grocery store chain says it'll be offering "on-the-spot" job interviews at all of their locations Thursday, Nov. 2, and will even offer some candidates jobs on the spot. The goal is to hire 6,000 people to work at stores across the country.

Cashiers, culinary experts, and prepared food specialists candidates interested in seasonal or permanent positions can stop in at any Whole Foods Market store November 2 for an interview and possible on-the-spot job offers.

Whole Foods Market is searching for passionate, food-focused candidates to join its team.

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You can find the Whole Foods closest to you here.

Anyone who visits one of its stores will receive an interview.

Since Amazon bought Whole Foods, the grocer has undergone a number of changes, from lower prices to discounts for Amazon Prime members.

Those interested can either apply ahead of time or fill out an application at the store.