Whole Foods hiring 6,000 workers nationwide

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Whole Foods is looking to fill 6,000 jobs.

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The grocer, recently acquired by Amazon, will host a “National Hiring Day” at all store locations across the country on Thursday.

In a press release, Whole Foods said it is looking for "passionate, food-focused candidates" to join its team.

The company will offer part- and full-time opportunities for seasonal and permanent positions. It’s looking to hire cashiers, culinary experts and prepared foods specialists.

Job seekers can visit any Whole Foods on Thursday for an interview with the potential to be hired on the spot. Interested applicants can fill out an application in advance online or in person at store locations.

Whole Foods offers benefits for both part- and full-time workers, as well as a 20 percent in-store discount.

Fore more information, visit www.joinwholefoods.com.

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