The Grocery Store Job Market  | The Produce Market For Grocery Store Employment Opportunities

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This has to be one of the sweetest jobs in a store, you'll be so popular, they'll know you by name!


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Welcome To The Online Grocery Store Job Market.

If you want to get started in one of the most rewarding, creative careers you will ever undertake in the Grocery Industry, you're in the right place at the right time, we produce the latest jobs on the market right here.

View renowned and award-winning employers who are hiring Bakers, Meat Cutters, Produce and Deli Managers, Cheese and Seafood Specialists and more. Begin your adventure in one of the most the exciting careers today.

Professional Employment Opportunities.

Our website is designed specifically for the individuals looking to start a career in the grocery industry, to the professionals who desire to grow or enhance their career.

We host the entire gamut of grocery store, produce market and Supermarket jobs and careers, from the Corporate Office to Store Management and every department within.

Some of the finest of cuisines in the nation are born from the highly skillful and creative people in your local grocery store or produce market. Those who dish out take-home gourmet meals and create recipes for the discriminating food lovers with a passion for fresh fine foods.

 "Independent Grocers are the true entrepreneurs' of the grocery industry".

Joseph Sheridan, President and Chief    Operating Officer of Wakefern Food Corp., Chairman of NGA.

  • 20,884 stores are operated by independent supermarket companies in every congressional district of the United States.
  • Independent grocers are responsible for $129.5 billion in annual sales.
  • Independent grocers employ 944,200 people, and pay over $30 billion in wages each year.
  • An additional 569,380 jobs are created through respending of those wages or companies which support the supermarket industry.
  • Independent supermarkets and their employees contribute $13.25 billion in taxes to the federal government, which is 1.73 percent of the total taxes collected at the federal level.
  • An additional $13.98 billion in taxes are paid by the industry at the state and local level.
  • In total, independent grocers account for close to 1 percent of the total U.S. economy, as determined by GDP.