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Starbucks Overview

Industry

Beverages

Organization Type

Public

Employees

> 10,000

Headquarters

Seattle, WA

Website

starbucks.com

Website

starbucks.com



Founded in

1971

Revenue

> $1B

Key People

Nicole Phillips (Manager)

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About Starbucks

Starbucks Corporation is an American coffee company and coffeehouse chain.

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Starbucks Corporation is an American coffee company and coffeehouse chain.

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What Is

Starbucks's Mission Statement

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To inspire and nurture the human spirit – one person, one cup and one neighborhood at a time.

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What is it like to work at Starbucks

3.0

September 1, 2019 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

Strong and positive culture. Free food and partner discounts are good, but could be better.. Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

So many layers of management to get through before launching anything. Company is somewhat schizophrenic- chases whatever shiny new goal that appears before them. CMO promotes no joint ownership, but then no one EVER makes a decision. Work life is an extreme oscillation between omg, so much work to do!! --> omg, i'm bored out of my mind and just want to be home. Career growth is so unclear and hazy. Most people I know are absolutely miserable... Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

half day summer fridays... Show More

3.0

August 25, 2019 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

Work culture.. Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

Severe hours for little pay.. Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

Very good health benefits, free Spotify premium, free stock in the company.. Show More

5.0

July 20, 2019 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

You really feel like a partner, a family member working there. But that depends on your store... Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

The customers who are rude and entitled... Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

FREE DRINKS AND CREATIVITY WIT EACH DRINK.. Show More

What Do You Like About Working There?

Meeting different people from all works of life.. Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

There was no growth in terms of my career journey.. Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

They allowed me to get study breaks.. Show More

What Do You Like About Working There?

The human connection I have with fellow partners and customers.. Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

Long changing hours.. Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

Healthcare, retirement, free Spotify.. Show More

3.0

June 17, 2019 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

The camaraderie between partners is often strong and the benefits are good... Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

The culture shifted from being 50/50 employee/customer oriented to 100% customer oriented, so the "low guys" on the totem pole get shafted. The expectations are way high for the pay... Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

Free college education.. Show More

What Do You Like About Working There?

Starbucks gives its workers free drinks and food... Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

It can be boring and it's a service industry job, so you have to bow down to rude customers... Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

I liked the Free Spotify. The other benefits, like schooling, only worked with schools I didn't go to... Show More

5.0

March 30, 2019 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

I really enjoyed the people I worked with, we were a family. The fast-paced environment and constant challenges are fun and keep the job interesting for the most part. Great benefits were also a plus!.. Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

The company has created a very entitled customer base, which can make some interactions very unpleasant. Not something I will miss... Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

I got my BS through Starbucks, and was able to graduate debt free!.. Show More

4.0

March 29, 2019 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

The environment, company values, free degree offered through ASU online, the family dynamic at my store... Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

My average income... Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

Free unlimited coffee while working... Show More

What Do You Like About Working There?

Work-life balance & the people.. Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

Lack of stability and senior management that is constantly changing... Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

Coffee!.. Show More

1.0

March 14, 2019 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

The Benefits... Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

Racist upper management.. Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

Free coffee when you work. Great health benefits... Show More

5.0

March 9, 2019 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

Great environment, good leadership... Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

Constantly working as a team is rewarding. Free coffee to get you through the day is amazing as well... Show More

What Do You Like About Working There?

Flexibility with your schedule, excellent health benefits, 401K match.. Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

Company could add more labor to provide the customer support the store demands... Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

Free coffee markout each week.. Show More

What Do You Like About Working There?

Great structure, clear expectations from corporate for all employees, well-established system for pay increases, time off, schedule requests, etc... Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

It's retail customer service. Customers are extremely entitled and very rude... Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

Free coffee on each shift, health insurance at 20 hours/week... Show More

4.0

August 1, 2018 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

I really enjoyed free coffee and food . Also flexible hours and manger would work with your schedule for school and stuff... Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

People acting like they are so important cuz they work there ... Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

Coffee and food .we all know sturbucks can get quite expensive. Also environment was also great and smoke free .Pay was ok but could be better.. Show More

3.0

July 24, 2018 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

I love the fact that you can pick what schedule you would prefer to work. It makes it easier to do things like pursue education, and other passions you may have. I also love the fact that they offer free degree programs thru Arizona State University. We also get a free premium subscription to Spotify. They also offer free stock to all partners that work at least 20 hours a week... Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

I feel like when I first started working for the company, there was more of work life balance. I feel like now we work three times as hard, with even less staff for the same pay. I also do not like the fact that all of our time off got separated into sick time and vacation time, where as before, it was all lumped into one... Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

I would have to say one of my favorite things about working here, is the fact that we get a free pound of coffee to mark out each week. I haven't had to buy coffee in years!.. Show More

What Do You Like About Working There?

Great atmosphere, great personalities of management. The company represents a modern company and treats its employees well... Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

There isn't a whole lot bad about Starbucks. The only thing I would say is that they do not pay super well, but it is relatively competitive compared to other coffee chains... Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

Free coffee, great working environment... Show More

3.0

July 11, 2018 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

Free coffee and food mostly, a lot of the other partners are fun and energetic to work with and around. It's always nice to create something that makes someone fall in love with coffee... Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

They are a cheap company who abuses their employees with insane working hours, minimal breaks, limited training, and low wages.. Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

Free coffee.. Show More

5.0

July 10, 2018 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

Its a very fast paced friendly work enviroment. Everyone works as a team to get things done.. Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

Sometimes the customers take bad moods out on employees but its all part of the job.. Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

Getting to try everything they serve. It is encouraged to know what your serving so you can comunicate better with the customers on there needs.. Show More
May 31, 2018 on Reddit

What percentage of Starbucks employees do you think view this as a "day off" and completely blow the training off as something they don't see a reason to care about?

Hopefully most of them: I like to think most people are decent, and don't hate because of ethnicity: they hate because customers suck. :P

I am a Starbucks shareholder, and it pisses me off when I am there and see a line of ladies waiting for the bathroom \(in the old days when we were separate\), and when I notified a barista of the issue, they find a guy that was passed out from shooting up heroin... The lunatics are running the asylum... I don't want to go there and sit next to an unwashed individual who reeks... And I feel we should have some rights as well... What does Starbucks plan to do for their paying customers?

> What does Starbucks plan to do for their paying customers? Provide them coffee while increasing company over head and turn over costs as the management weighs the organization down with new "bias training" modules and bathroom cleaning procedures that have resulted from a diversity of new bathroom messes that have erupted from welcome mat being layed out for homeless people at every Starbucks now. It's financial suicide, and too many people are mentally shoe-horned into being blinded to it by righteous indignation.

So how exactly are you supposed to remove unruly people/customers from the store now? Obviously the policy has been changed and you no longer have to make a purchase, but say a homeless black guy was in there asking patrons for money, did the training cover how you would handle this?

The training stated that people who are disrupting others can be asked to contain themselves (in the event of harassment or inappropriateness) and if they choose not to they will be asked to leave. We're not forced to put up with unreasonable people or people who are actually breaking the law.

Why does Starbucks pay their employees crappy? I own a pizza shop and pay more than Starbucks. I pretty much hire their workers and all of them say they hated working there. I love how they want to train you on this stuff for minimum wage lol

Hows your health insurance? Basic plan at Starbucks is $20/month pretax for workers.

So homeless people can now stink up the bathroom and bathe in there without so much as a question? Thats weak... a $1.90 bagel/cc is the price of admission to a Starbucks toilet - and it was fine, least we used to think it was.

If you've never seen homeless people in starbucks before you just haven't been paying attention. This will change nothing.

Can a Starbucks employees start denying service to customers who actively say racists stuff? I really hope so. It's very frustrating when some ignorant idiot ahead of me is tying up the line cause he's *** about "the Mexicans" to someone they know can't tell them to STFU.

You can deny service to anyone who is being disruptive or harrassing someone. I kicked a girl out once for calling another customer the n-word while they were in line. I've denied service to people for screaming at me or other employees or for name calling. *** that ***.

Would you rather be in a life long coma or work at Starbucks?

Probably the coma, because then at least I wouldn't have to pay back my student loans..

This might not be for you but for the company doing the training but if 8000 stores were closed and these seminars were held in house (in your store) - did they have 8000 trainers available? Or did your manager do the training?

Our manager did the training, guided by an iPad program

Not really related to your training but I was in Boracay once, and a Filipina barista spoke fluent mandarin while taking the orders from a Chinese couple. I was very surprised. Do you get 'extra' pay if you speak a language other than the one spoken locally?

I've been tipped for speaking a foreign language to a foreign customer, but no you don't get a higher wage for it. Edit: German

How useful do you think this training will be 12 months from now with normal turnover? How do you think this compares to the last time they closed all stores for training?

Starbucks is developing 12 MyTraining modules (mandatory, online training pamphlets/exercises for all employees) for this training program, which will then be added to the curriculum for incoming employees. I've yet to see those and I'm unsure how effective they'll be, but they definitely seem to be accounting for turnover. And I'm unfamiliar with the other training shutdown, sorry
May 30, 2018 on Reddit

So, how was it?

I think the company did a good job with the program, and my manager did a good job setting everything up. It went really well and my coworkers seem to agree.

Its great that corporate Starbucks thinks this is a good idea however, if you are in a location with a lot of homelessness ie., any major city in America, this will present safety issues for the workers and customers. What is the general consensus of the employees at Starbucks?

My coworkers are somewhat divided. Most of us, especially the closing crew, already deal with a lot of homeless people every day. I don't think any of us are worried for our safety, as the homeless people who come to my store are typically harmless. The issue that some of us are worried about is the mess that some homeless people will leave in the bathrooms. We get an older lady who will try to wash her clothes in the bathroom sink, and another person who aims for the wall. We make it a point to clean up after these people, of course, but the mess they sometimes leave is incredibly unsanitary, and in some cases is such a hazard, that policy is to shut down the bathroom and call a professional sanitation team. The vast majority of homeless do not behave this way in our bathrooms, which is why we're kind of divided. There's the band that believes our new policy will just invite more people who try to do this. And then there's the band that suspects little-to-no change to our current problems. I'm in the latter camp, but I'll concede that while I don't think they'll worsen, I certainly think this limits our ability to *improve* our bathroom conditions.
May 30, 2018 on Reddit

did you guys get any commemorative gifts / proof to show that you have went through the racial sensitivity training?

No, nothing special. We got to clock in so it was 4 hours of pay, but that's it.
May 30, 2018 on Reddit

What was the vibe of the room? Was it awkward?

The room seemed pretty comfortable. It was just our coworkers, managers, and some iPads, so we made ourselves at home. The manager also brought a ton of snacks and Dominos so we were in good condition.

What is one thing you think they couldve handled better at the meeting? Thank you for everything you do and thank you for this ama

To be honest, I entered with low expectations and left thinking they did a really good job. I'm not totally sure how much credit should just go to the company itself, or how much should go to my manager, who I think handled the meeting incredibly well. If I had to nitpick, I'd say I wished they had explored implicit associations a little further. If you've ever looked into implicit associations online, you'll probably have found something like [this](https://implicit.harvard.edu/implicit/takeatest.html), which is a test you take to see if it's more difficult for you to quickly associate "good" and "bad" adjectives with white faces or with black faces. This kind of test can make some people uncomfortable, which I imagine is one reason Starbucks omitted it from the program, but I would have like to see it. What we got instead was something like [this](http://s3.mirror.co.uk/click-the-colour-and-not-the-word/index.html), which is similar in concept but I think has a weaker effect.

What do you think about Starbucks new open door policy and that anyone can just come in and sit or use the restroom as they please? It sounds like more trouble imo. Edit: the open door policy is apparently not new. The training is to set guidelines, etc. for employees to follow.

Ultimately, I don't think customers should worry about this new policy. Starbucks employees will still reserve the right to remove people who are disruptive or behaving inappropriately, and if it turns out that the policy is yielding low-satisfaction rates among paying customers, then the company will probably amend it. That being said, if a significant change does happen, it would be to our nighttime shifts which already attract a larger number of homeless people than the daytime shifts. And of course, the new policy could very well make our stores just all the more attractive to people who otherwise don't have the greatest source of shelter at night. It makes sense. I have some coworkers who worry about this, but I'm rather optimistic that the change will be negligible. I'm not opposed to changing my tune if I'm proven wrong, however.

How many more of these sessions will happen? Or is this the only one? Also was it just watching a video, and a few questions and answers type of thing?

I think this was the only formal meeting we'll have, but the company will be adding related modules to our MyLearning page (an online training course where all employees learn the basics and such before actually going on the job). There were a lot of videos involved, yes, but they weren't exactly *training* videos where they tell you what to do or what to say. They were more like what you'd expect from a Vox video, where they provide information along with a message of some sort. We also received notebooks that contained prompts to answer, but they were more like open-ended, thought-provoking questions, rather than multiple-choice or short-answer questions with a right or wrong answer. For example, there's a page with the title "The first time you..." and then a series of statements to finish that prompt, like "...noticed your racial identity," "had a friend of a different race who regularly visited your home," etc. We also had group activities where we would discuss our answers to these prompts with each other.

Starbucks Employees

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Gender

Female

62.6%

Male

35.4%

Unknown

2.0%
Ethnicity

White

58.3%

Hispanic or Latino

20.2%

Black or African American

9.8%

Asian

7.5%

Unknown

4.2%
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Foreign Languages Spoken

Spanish

55.7%

French

11.1%

German

4.6%

Mandarin

3.4%

Japanese

3.2%

Chinese

3.0%

Russian

2.4%

Italian

2.3%

Arabic

2.3%

Portuguese

2.2%

Korean

2.2%

Cantonese

1.3%

Tagalog

1.2%

Vietnamese

1.1%

Hindi

1.0%

Polish

0.8%

Greek

0.7%

Hebrew

0.7%

Swedish

0.5%

Thai

0.3%
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Starbucks Careers

Average Length of Employment
PepsiCo 3.5 years

Starbucks

2.3 years
HMSHost 2.1 years
Darden Restaurants 2.1 years
Caribou Coffee 2.0 years
Apple 2.0 years
Nike 2.0 years
Cos 1.9 years
McDonald's 1.9 years
Peet's Coffee 1.9 years
Burger King 1.8 years
Jamba Juice 1.6 years
Amazon 1.0 years
Top Employers Before Starbucks
McDonald's 14.2%
Target 11.8%
Walmart 9.2%
Subway 5.4%
Macy's 5.1%
Best Buy 4.9%
Taco Bell 3.4%
US Army 3.2%
Wendy's 3.2%
Kroger 3.1%
Gap 3.0%
Top Employers After Starbucks
Target 10.0%
Walmart 9.2%
Apple 7.1%
Amazon 6.6%
Macy's 5.4%
Verizon 4.5%
T-Mobile 4.4%
Nordstrom 4.2%
AT&T 4.1%
Best Buy 4.0%
McDonald's 3.7%
CVS Health 3.1%
UPS 2.8%
Lowe's 2.8%

Starbucks Employees Education

Schools

Arizona State University

12.7%

University of Phoenix

10.1%

University of Washington

6.8%

Northern Virginia Community College

5.9%

San Francisco State University

5.6%

Liberty University

5.1%

Washington State University

4.9%

San Diego State University

4.5%

Portland State University

4.2%

George Mason University

4.0%

Southern New Hampshire University

3.9%

University of Houston

3.8%

Central Washington University

3.7%

University of North Texas

3.7%

Western Washington University

3.6%

San Jose State University

3.6%

Georgia State University

3.6%

Metropolitan State University of Denver

3.6%

University of Central Florida

3.5%

Santa Monica College

3.5%
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Majors

Business

21.2%

Psychology

11.3%

Communication

7.0%

Criminal Justice

5.4%

Nursing

5.1%

English

4.9%

General Studies

4.2%

Liberal Arts

4.1%

Marketing

3.7%

Biology

3.7%

Accounting

3.5%

Graphic Design

3.2%

Fine Arts

3.1%

Management

3.0%

Political Science

2.9%

Health Care Administration

2.9%

Medical Assisting Services

2.8%

Sociology

2.8%

Education

2.7%

Computer Science

2.4%
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Degrees

Bachelors

43.5%

Other

29.7%

Associate

12.5%

Masters

8.3%

Certificate

3.8%

Diploma

1.0%

Doctorate

0.6%

License

0.5%
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Starbucks Employee Political Affiliation

Democratic Party

85.0%

Republican Party

13.4%

Libertarian Party

0.9%

Other

0.3%

Employee Political Donations

Name Job Title Party Donation
Paula BoggsExecutive $98,870Democratic Party
Rossann WilliamsPresident $33,400Democratic Party
Howard SchultzExecutive $26,150Democratic Party
Orin SmithChief Executive Officer $25,000Democratic Party
Lucy HelmExecutive Vice President $21,774Democratic Party
AMY CredeResource Manager $10,530Democratic Party
Peter GibbonsExecutive Vice President $10,000Republican Party
Lori PunkeDirector $9,000Republican Party
James RothDirector Of Public Affairs $6,400Democratic Party
Daniel BergerCorporate Counsel $6,046Democratic Party
Matthew RyanCSO $5,400Democratic Party
Mary WagnerVice President Of Research And Development $5,200Democratic Party
Luci ColarussoBarista $5,000Republican Party
Adrienne GemperleSenior Vice President $4,700Democratic Party
John KellyExecutive $4,500Republican Party
Clarice TurnerSenior Vice President $4,200Democratic Party
Bridget HughesWeb Analyst $4,002Democratic Party
Katherine SeawellMarketing $4,000Democratic Party
Vivek VarmaExecutive Vice President $3,700Democratic Party
Paul EngskovPresident $3,450Democratic Party
Sophie HumeAttorney $3,450Democratic Party
Thomas BarrMarketing $3,000Republican Party
Colleen ChapmanVice President $2,950Democratic Party
Sean DyersLawyer $2,800Democratic Party
Lisa GwinDistrict Manager $2,702Libertarian Party
Zulima EspinelPolicy Counsel $2,700Democratic Party
Valerie DannaSenior Vice President $2,700Democratic Party
Christina McPhersonVice President $2,700Democratic Party
Kris EngskovPresident $2,700Democratic Party
Rachel AntalekVice President, Innovation $2,700Democratic Party
Adam BrotmanExecutive $2,700Democratic Party
Lauren HardingShift Supervisor $2,700Democratic Party
David TisdaleManager $2,600Republican Party
Stephen GillettInformation Technology Technician $2,500Republican Party
Jessica PeckBarista $2,400Republican Party
Lindsay CuringtonAssistant Manager $2,343Democratic Party
Michael BunneySoftware Developer $2,332Democratic Party
Katie SeawellMarketing $2,300Democratic Party
Steven JohannesenDirector Of International Operations $2,250Democratic Party
Julie CampbellStore Manager $2,055Democratic Party
Susannah DhamdhereNational Account Executive $1,950Democratic Party
David BealMarketing $1,875Democratic Party
Douglas WieboldtShift Supervisor $1,845Democratic Party
Terrence TurnerAnalyst $1,809Democratic Party
John NettletonAttorney $1,750Democratic Party
Gerrard MamarilCorporate Law Assistant $1,675Democratic Party
Sean ShanahanRisk Manager $1,650Democratic Party
James HingProcurement $1,500Democratic Party
Catherine HardyVice President $1,500Democratic Party
Diane BridgeBarista $1,485Democratic Party
Michael KomloBarista $1,380Democratic Party
BEN BishopBusiness Developer $1,375Democratic Party
Marian ZimmermanBarista $1,350Democratic Party
Lara BehnertCreative Director $1,334Democratic Party
Francesca WermlingerVice President $1,325Democratic Party
Jane LockwoodDirector Of Ecommerce $1,300Democratic Party
Susan McMahonBarista $1,280Democratic Party
Roberta GulloneSales $1,250Democratic Party
Ruby AmegahFood Scientist $1,250Democratic Party
Brent DennistonExecutive $1,200Republican Party
Tom BarrMarketing Vice President $1,120Republican Party
Laresa SimpsonBarista $1,000Republican Party
Mark TiliakosBarista $1,000Republican Party
Debra ELYInformation Technology Director $1,000Democratic Party
Lacey AllDirector Of Strategy $1,000Democratic Party
Chris CarrSupply Chain Analyst $1,000Democratic Party
Virginia BerginPublic Affairs Specialist $1,000Democratic Party
James McGarrahanBarista $1,000Republican Party
Stephen BardinTechnical Director $1,000Democratic Party
Gregory JavorSenior Vice President $1,000Republican Party
Kalen HolmesHuman Resources Coordinator $1,000Democratic Party
Michelle GassPresident $1,000Democratic Party
Eric BakerLawyer $942Democratic Party
Rachel LissmanExecutive Recruiter $847Democratic Party
Ethan FriendBarista $764Democratic Party
Lynn CarrProduct Manager $762Democratic Party
Brent BooherHuman Resources Coordinator $752Democratic Party
Victor BetancourtBarista $750Democratic Party
Katie YoungVice President $750Democratic Party
Stacey KrumPublic Affairs Manager $750Democratic Party
Marvell WoodsDirector $750Democratic Party
Jennifer ConnorAttorney $750Democratic Party
Jessica FeldmanLawyer $736Democratic Party
Rachel GreenleyDirector $725Democratic Party
KIM WinstonManager $700Democratic Party
Ashley SmithBarista $700Democratic Party
Denise HullBarista $660Democratic Party
Steve JohannesenManager $650Democratic Party
Kyle MettlingBarista $603Republican Party
Jennifer GoldsteinAttorney $585Democratic Party
Norma MillerManager $550Democratic Party
Lisa GuildDistrict Manager $545Democratic Party
James DrennanBarista $525Republican Party
Jay KellerSenior Industrial Designer $525Democratic Party
Sherri ShawDirector $505Democratic Party
Zabrina JenkinsLawyer $500Democratic Party
DAN BergerAttorney $500Democratic Party
Kelly WoodsBarista $500Democratic Party
Samuel RobertsTax Manager $500Libertarian Party
Hira BhullarSoftware Developer $500Democratic Party
Kayleen PrinsSupervisor $500Democratic Party
Emilie EwartBrand Management $500Democratic Party
Mark FordhamAttorney $500Democratic Party
Donna HoganBarista $500Republican Party
Arthur RubinfeldPresident $500Democratic Party
Zachary CullenBarista $500Democratic Party
Dawncelie Johnson WhitePurchasing Manager $500Democratic Party
Heather WellmanManager, Strategy $500Democratic Party
Donise BrownSafety Council Director $500Democratic Party
Garrick JamesInformation Technology Professional $500Republican Party
Anthony ElarthProduct Manager $500Republican Party
Mary BrienAccount Executive $455Democratic Party
Daniel MesarosRequested $450Republican Party
Lyndsay TaylorBarista $450Republican Party
Veronica EganBarista $441Democratic Party
Alexander CarrilloBarista $420Democratic Party
Nathan HigginsSupervisor $410Democratic Party
Valentina FiorilloBarista $403Democratic Party
John ReaginFinance Director $400Democratic Party
Robert HaasShift Supervisor $400Republican Party
Jason SilverProgram Manager $395Libertarian Party
Scott RankinSystem Software Analyst $387Democratic Party
Helen NortonBarista $375Democratic Party
Stacy PfiffnerBarista $362Democratic Party
Jason Van ScotenSupervisor $362Democratic Party
Mary GrooverBarista $360Republican Party
Patricia RichardBarista $300Other
Kevin McKelvyConsultant $250Independent
Katherine LarsenBarista $250Republican Party
JOE CanterburyDevelopment Vice President $250Republican Party
Jame TrudeauProject Manager $250Republican Party
Richard PorterRetired $250Republican Party
Linda DaekeBarista $250Republican Party
Christopher FallonInformation Technology Director $250Republican Party
Carol AlpinerManager $250Republican Party
James GarrickInformation Technology Technician $250Republican Party
Kayla WestbrookStudent $250Republican Party
Mark TihakosShift $250Republican Party
David LefeverLoader $215Republican Party
Heidi TriskaBarista $201Republican Party
Micah RowlandStrategy $200Republican Party
Samuel BarnhouseBarista $154Republican Party
Sally SasserBarista $115Republican Party
Jayne HlawekBarista $100Republican Party
Donald TaylorBarista $100Republican Party
Jonathan FranciscoStore Manager $85Republican Party
Joshua BakerBarista $75Republican Party
George PulosShift Supervisor $26Republican Party
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Starbucks Salaries

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Manager Applications DevelopmentSeattle, WA $185,000
Solutions ManagerSeattle, WA $181,522
Brand ManagerSeattle, WA $172,590
Manager Applications DevelopmentSeattle, WA $166,475
Data ScientistSeattle, WA $165,000
Manager Applications DevelopmentSeattle, WA $165,000
Manager Applications DevelopmentSeattle, WA $160,072
Data EngineerSeattle, WA $160,000
Sales ManagerSeattle, WA $157,934
Principal EngineerSeattle, WA $155,291
Data ScientistSeattle, WA $155,000
Engineering ManagerSeattle, WA $153,213
Manager Applications DevelopmentSeattle, WA $153,213
Director Of Business SystemsSeattle, WA $153,213
Program ManagerSeattle, WA $153,213
Solutions ManagerSeattle, WA $152,500
Solutions ManagerSeattle, WA $152,500
Senior Security EngineerSeattle, WA $152,000
Applications DeveloperSeattle, WA $151,590
Senior Software EngineerSeattle, WA $151,590
Senior Software EngineerSeattle, WA $151,590
Senior Software EngineerSeattle, WA $151,590
Senior Software EngineerSeattle, WA $150,853
Reliability EngineerSeattle, WA $150,000
Lead Systems EngineerSeattle, WA $149,600
Lead Application DeveloperSeattle, WA $149,600
Manager, Software Quality AssuranceSeattle, WA $148,719
Lead Application DeveloperSeattle, WA $146,264
Software Development Engineer LeadSeattle, WA $145,539
Senior Network EngineerSeattle, WA $145,433
Lead System AnalystSeattle, WA $145,000
Senior Software EngineerSeattle, WA $145,000
Senior Project ManagerSeattle, WA $145,000
Lead System AnalystSeattle, WA $145,000
Sales ManagerSeattle, WA $143,979
Senior AdministratorSeattle, WA $142,397
Lead System AnalystSeattle, WA $142,395
Data EngineerSeattle, WA $141,000
Senior Software EngineerSeattle, WA $140,000
Data EngineerSeattle, WA $140,000
Senior Information Security EngineerSeattle, WA $140,000
Senior Project ManagerSeattle, WA $140,000
Senior Software EngineerSeattle, WA $140,000
Lead System AnalystSeattle, WA $139,248
Senior Database AdministratorSeattle, WA $138,965
Senior Software EngineerSeattle, WA $138,965
Senior Software Development EngineerSeattle, WA $138,965
Senior Applications EngineerSeattle, WA $138,965
Senior Service EngineerSeattle, WA $138,965
Senior Software EngineerSeattle, WA $138,965
Senior Software EngineerSeattle, WA $138,965
Senior Software EngineerSeattle, WA $138,965
Lead Application DeveloperSeattle, WA $138,965
Senior Software Development EngineerSeattle, WA $138,965
Senior Software EngineerSeattle, WA $138,000
Lead Application DeveloperSeattle, WA $138,000
Senior Software EngineerSeattle, WA $137,533
Senior Software Development EngineerSeattle, WA $137,301
Senior Network EngineerSeattle, WA $137,000
Senior Systems EngineerSeattle, WA $135,929
Design ManagerNew York, NY $135,199
Senior Software Development EngineerSeattle, WA $135,000
Senior Software EngineerSeattle, WA $135,000
Senior Software EngineerSeattle, WA $135,000
Continuous Improvement ManagerSeattle, WA $135,000
Software Development Engineer LeadSeattle, WA $135,000
Senior Software EngineerSeattle, WA $135,000
System Hardware EngineerSeattle, WA $135,000
Senior Stack EngineerSeattle, WA $135,000
Senior Software EngineerSeattle, WA $135,000
Senior Manager-Supply Chain ManagerSeattle, WA $134,818
Senior Software Development EngineerSeattle, WA $134,609
Senior Software EngineerSeattle, WA $133,806
Data EngineerSeattle, WA $133,614
Engineering TechnicianSeattle, WA $133,120
Lead Application DeveloperSeattle, WA $133,000
Senior Software EngineerSeattle, WA $132,700
Senior EngineerSeattle, WA $132,700
Senior EngineerSeattle, WA $132,681
Senior Software EngineerSeattle, WA $132,364
Senior EngineerSeattle, WA $132,330
Senior Software EngineerSeattle, WA $132,080
Senior Software EngineerSeattle, WA $132,080
Lead Application DeveloperSeattle, WA $132,080
Lead Application DeveloperSeattle, WA $132,080