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Starbucks Salaries By Job Title
On average, employees at Starbucks stay with the company for 2.2 years. Employees most commonly join Starbucks after leaving McDonald's. When they leave Starbucks, they most frequently get their next job at Walmart.
|Average Length of Employment|
Burger King1.8 years
The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf1.8 years
|Top Employers Before Starbucks|
|Top Employers After Starbucks|
Wells Fargo7.4 %
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Gordon Bowker (founders)
Nicole Phillips (Manager)
Kevin Johnson (ceo)
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