Walgreens Jobs

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Jobs Most Recently Posted by Walgreens

Walgreens
Los Angeles, CA
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Walgreens
Thomasville, GA
 Posted 6 days ago
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Walgreens
Carmel, VA
 Posted 6 days ago
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Walgreens
Kirkland, WA
 Posted 6 days ago
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Walgreens
Union, IL
 Posted 6 days ago
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Walgreens
New York, NY
 Posted 6 days ago
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Walgreens
New York, NY
 Posted 5 days ago
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Walgreens
New York, NY
 Posted about 2 months ago
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Walgreens
South Sioux City, NE
 Posted about 2 months ago
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Walgreens
Milton, IL
 Posted about 2 months ago
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Company Overview: Walgreens

About Walgreens

Industries:
Retail, Drug store
Number of stores:
8,300+
Founded:
1901
Revenue:
$71 billion (2012)
Headquarter:
Deerfield, IL
CEO:
Gregory Wasson
Overview
Walgreens is the largest pharmacy retailer in the United States. They currently have more than 8,000 stores spread across all 50 states.

How to Apply For a Job at Walgreens

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Apply online
You can also search and apply for jobs through the Walgreens hiring website. If you do choose that method, make sure to tell us about your application so we can help you keep your job search organized.

The Walgreens Job Application Process

The Walgreens online job application is one of the most user-friendly applications out there. From start to finish, it should take you no more than 25 minutes to complete, assuming that you've taken the time to gather all of the information you'll need beforehand. You will start the application by creating an account. You will need to provide you zip code, social security number, and email address to complete the account creation process.
The Job Application
The application itself starts as most do: by collecting your personal information. You will need to provide your name, address, and phone number. Once you've provided your personal information, you will finally select the job that you'd like to apply for. You can apply for multiple positions at the same time, though you will need to select which job would be your first preference and which ones would be secondary. Read the description of each job carefully before making your decision -- it's possible that the best job for you is one that you hadn't really considered before. At this point in the application, you will be asked a series of questions about the position you're apply for. This is a way for Walgreens to make sure that you understand exactly what the position entails before you go any further in the application process. To give you an idea of what to expect, here are a couple sample questions: "I would be willing to work on special products." "I would stop what I was doing to help a customer." With the brief questionnaire out of the way, it's time to select the store that you'd like to work at. You can apply to up to two stores at the same time, which is nice (most places only let you apply to one at a time). The remainder of the application is focused on your employment history and references. You can provide up to two references (professional ones are preferred, but you can enter personal references if you would rather). If you speak other languages, you will also have an opportunity to note that.
Assessment
After you complete our application, you will be instructed to complete an assessment. The assessment must be completed at the store you've applied to, so you will need to make a special trip. While it is kind of a pain that you need to visit the store to officially complete the application, it can actually be a good way to make a personal connection that can help you stand out and make a favorable impression.
Drug test
During the application process, Walgreens will ask for your permission to perform a pre-employment drug test. If you decline, you will be unable to complete the application.

Background check

Walgreens will also ask your permission to perform a criminal background check. Any offers of employment are contingent on passing the background check.

How To Get Updates on Your Walgreens Application

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Who is Walgreens Hiring?

Walgreens is an equal opportunity employer. They do not consider age, gender, ethnicity, or disability while making their hiring decisions.
Jobs available at Walgreens
In its stores, Walgreens is always hiring beauty advisors, health guides, wellness guides, service clerks, photo specialists, shift leads, pharmacy technicians, and pharmacists. Search jobs There are also many jobs available at Walgreens distribution centers and corporate headquarters. The types of positions available at those locations varies from day to day, so you should check their hiring site regularly to learn about new positions as they open.
Types of people Walgreens wants to hire
Before you fill out the job application, you should read through the job descriptions very carefully -- they contain a lot of hints about the qualities that Walgreens values the most. In general, punctuality, friendliness, good customer service skills, and a hard work ethic are some of the traits that are most desirable to Walgreens. You should do your best to emphasize those qualities throughout the application and interview process.
Age requirements
You must be at least 16 years old to work as a service clerk. For most other positions in the store, you must be at least 18.

Business Summary

Leadership
Gregory Watson is the CEO and President of Walgreens. Alan McNally is the Chairman.
Finances
In 2012, Walgreens reported $71 billion in revenue with $2.1 billion in net income. They company had $18 billion in equity and $33 billion in assets. Their operating income was $3.4 billion.
History
Walgreens was founded by Charles R. Walgreen, Sr, who opened the first Walgreens store in Chicago Illinois in 1901. In twelve years it expanded to four locations, and by 1919 there were 20 stores in the Chicago area. Unlike many companies, Walgreens wasn't hurt by the Great Depression, and continued their expansion. By 1934, there were more than 600 Walgreens locations spread over 30 states. Today, there are more than 8,000 Walgreen stores throughout the United States, making it one of the largest retailers in the world.

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