Whole Foods hiring 6000 employees at 'on-the-spot' November 2 event

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Ahead of the busy holiday season, Whole Foods Market wants to add 6,000 employees across the country on November 2nd. In what the chain has dubbed, "National Hiring Day", all Whole Foods locations will be on the lookout for people to fill out 6,000 people across the country.

Whole Foods Market is searching for passionate, food-focused candidates to join its team. Interviewees who land a Whole Foods job will receive 20 percent off all Whole Foods purchases.

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Think about the best way to describe your work history, why you'd be successful at the position you applied for, and why you want to work at Whole Foods.

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

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Potential applicants are advised to apply online before heading to the store to save time, and also bring a copy of their resume to the interview. The dress code for the interviews is casual.

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