Dunkin’ Set To Hire 25,000 New Workers as More Stores Reopen
Dunkin' is ready to go on a major hiring blitz as the country starts to reopen slowly but surely amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The coffee and donut giant is set to give a jolt to the restaurant business by announcing the hiring of 25,000 new workers according to CNBC.com. Front counter and restaurant management positions will be available.
Dunkin' will even debut a new advertising campaign focused solely on the hiring of new workers and the benefits of working for the company including offering workers a low- cost online college education from Southern New Hampshire University.
The coffee giant has over 11,000 locations worldwide and 8,500 locations in the U.S.
Dunkin' is still my favorite go-to place for a hot cup of fresh and delicious coffee. I always get a craving for a cup of Dunkin' every afternoon. You can usually find me in the drive-thru lane at the Dunkin' on Tilton Road in Northfield.
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