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Who’s Hiring? Starbucks Partner Featured in Seattle Magazine Story About Job Opportunities

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New to Seattle and needing to find a job with health benefits, Anna Carson knew where to start.

The 41-year-old moved from Nashville to Bainbridge Island with her husband and their three children hoping to get a job at Starbucks. Her southern charm, and determination, helped her land a job as a barista in the "epicenter," as Seattle magazine (link) describes the eighth floor store in Starbucks Support Center - the company's Seattle headquarters.


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In its February issue,Seattle magazine featured Carson for the article "Now Hiring! 26 Companies That Want You." Along with Starbucks, the magazine noted Amazon, Microsoft and the University of Washington have opportunities, although the competition is tough because "these days plenty of people are coming to Seattle, drawn by our marquee companies and thriving startup culture."

Carson began her job search with Starbucks by introducing herself to baristas and store managers at several locations. Persistence, a skill she says "my dad and mom taught me" paid off. As her career begins at Starbucks, she says she's thankful for the health benefits Starbucks offers to part-time employees because her husband owns his business.

"What sets us apart is our investment in people," Blair Taylor, chief community officer and executive vice president for Starbucks told Seattle magazine.  "When we do well, we're going to share that success with our people."

In addition to health benefits, all partners (employees) regardless of how many hours they work are eligible for the company's Future Roast 401(k) plan with matching contributions and immediate 100 percent vesting. Starbucks also gives its employees stock in the company called Bean Stock.

For job seekers, check out Starbucks career page  and follow the Starbucks Jobs Twitter page for "freshly brewed jobs and tweets" about opportunities with the company.

Photo by: Meryl Alcabes

About Starbucks

Since 1971, Starbucks Coffee Company has been committed to ethically sourcing and roasting high-quality arabica coffee. Today, with stores around the globe, the company is the premier roaster and retailer of specialty coffee in the world. Through our unwavering commitment to excellence and our guiding principles, we bring the unique Starbucks Experience to life for every customer through every cup.www.starbucks.com.

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