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363 ratings
3.8
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Work-Life balance
3.3
Recognition & Support
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Professional experience

How many years of experience do Starbucks employees have before joining?
Where did Starbucks employees work before joining?
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What did employees at Starbucks study?
Where did employees at Starbucks study?
Arizona State University-Tempe
University of Phoenix-Utah
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Employee data

How long do employees stay at Starbucks?
How does Starbucks rank for age diversity?
How does Starbucks rank for gender diversity?
Gender diversityRatio
female54.1%
male45.9%

Career advancement

How does Starbucks rank for career advancement?
Low
Years in positionPercentage who advanced
<117.9%
134%
219.1%
39.6%
4+19.3%
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History

Seattle-based Starbucks retails and roasts its own brand of specialty coffee across the globe, endorsed by its mission to inspire and nurture the human spirit. Diversity and inclusion, equity and accessibility have been at the forSee more

Address

Multiple locations

Size

Large

Founded

1971

CEO

Kevin Johnson

Type

Company - Public

Revenue

Over $10B

Industry

Limited-Service Restaurants, Food & Beverage Retailers

What departments Starbucks employees work at?
DepartmentsRatio
Servers / Bartenders41.3%
Management - Other27.4%
other occupation15.3%
Sales Managers & Supervisors12.5%
General and Operations Managers3.5%
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Join us and inspire with every cup! \n\n At Starbucks, it’s all about connection. People are at the heart of who we are, especially the people that are a part of our store team. We connect with each other, our customers and our communities to make a...Read more
Join us and inspire with every cup! \n\n At Starbucks, it’s all about connection. People are at the heart of who we are, especially the people that are a part of our store team. We connect with each other, our customers and our communities to make a...Read more
Join us and inspire with every cup! \n\n At Starbucks, it’s all about connection. People are at the heart of who we are, especially the people that are a part of our store team. We connect with each other, our customers and our communities to make a...Read more
store managerStarbucksNorth Bend, WA
Now Brewing – Future Leaders! #tobeapartner Starbucks is known for developing extraordinary leaders who drive business success by doing the right thing for partners (employees), customers and communities – globally. As a Starbucks leader you are driven by...Read more
This position contributes to Starbucks success by providing legendary customer service to all customers. This job creates the Starbucks Experience for our customers by providing customers with prompt...Read more
General ManagerStarbucksBurlington, MA
With a career at HMSHost, you really benefit We offer: Health, dental and vision insurance Generous paid time off (vacation, flex or sick) Holiday pay Meal and Transportation Benefits 401(k)...Read more
Now Brewing director, store development, Mid America tobeapartner From the beginning, Starbucks set out to be a different kind of company. One that not only celebrated coffee and the rich tradition,...Read more
senior manager, product, Retail Core BeverageStarbucks CorporationSeattle, WA
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district manager - San JoseStarbucks CorporationSan Jose, CA
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Lead manager data science - People AnalyticsStarbucks CorporationSeattle, WA
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Now Brewing – Future Leaders! #tobeapartner Starbucks is known for developing extraordinary leaders who drive business success by doing the right thing for partners (employees), customers and communities – globally. As a Starbucks leader you are driven by...Read more
director, Packaging Solutions R&DStarbucks CorporationSeattle, WA
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Starbucks - 6756 S. Greenleaf Avenue [Restaurant Shift Lead] As a Shift Supervisor at Starbucks, you'll: Organize opening and closing duties as assigned; Follow all cash management and cash register policies; Assist with new partner training by positively...Read more
Starbucks - 280A East Main Street [Restaurant Shift Lead] As a Shift Manager at Starbucks, you'll: Drive sales leveraging your business acumen, efficiency and problem solving skills; Engage the hearts and minds of your team and develop their skills...Read more
Starbucks - 1064 SR 28 [Restaurant Shift Lead] As a Shift Supervisor at Starbucks, you'll: Organize opening and closing duties as assigned; Follow all cash management and cash register policies; Assist with new partner training by positively reinforcing...Read more
Starbucks - 1621 S. Main Street [Restaurant Shift Lead] As a Shift Supervisor at Starbucks, you'll: Organize opening and closing duties as assigned; Follow all cash management and cash register policies; Assist with new partner training by positively...Read more
barista - Store# SR 26 & I 65StarbucksLafayette, IN
Starbucks - 17 North Frontage Rd. [Beverage Server / Crew Member / Counter Service] As a Barista at Starbucks, you'll: Provide unique coffee forward experience for every customer; Serve as coffee expert providing exceptional knowledge of food and beverage...Read more
Starbucks - 1 7th Avenue [Restaurant Shift Manager] As an Ops Lead at Starbucks, you'll: Assist with new partner training; Contribute to positive team environment; Deliver legendary service to all customers; Develop positive working relationships with...Read more
Starbucks - 2313 Green Bay Rd [Restaurant Shift Lead] As a Shift Supervisor at Starbucks, you'll: Organize opening and closing duties as assigned; Follow all cash management and cash register policies; Assist with new partner training by positively...Read more
Starbucks - 350 Fifth Avenue - Empire State Building [Pastry Cook] As a Baker at Starbucks, you'll: Prepare batches of pizza, croissants, brioche and assemble sandwiches and salads; Heat soup and prepare made to order baked eggs and aperitivo items; Ensure...Read more
Starbucks - 3182 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd [Beverage Server / Crew Member / Counter Service] As a Barista at Starbucks, you'll: Provide unique coffee forward experience for every customer; Serve as coffee expert providing exceptional knowledge of food and...Read more
Starbucks - 609 Holcomb Bridge Rd. [Restaurant Shift Lead] As a Shift Supervisor at Starbucks, you'll: Organize opening and closing duties as assigned; Follow all cash management and cash register policies; Assist with new partner training by positively...Read more
Starbucks - 61 9th Ave. [Bartender] As a Mixologist at Starbucks, you'll: Prepare alcohol and/or non-alcohol beverages for bar customers; Mix ingredients to prepare cocktails according to recipes; Restock and replenish bar inventory and supplies; Serve as...Read more
senior manager, construction project management - Phoenix, AZ or Denver, CO Now Brewing senior manager, project manager - construction! #tobeapartner This position will sit in either Phoenix, AZ or Denver, CO. From the beginning, Starbucks set out to be a...Read more
barista - Store# MAIN & VOLUNTEERStarbucksMaryville, MO
Starbucks - 1621 S. Main Street [Beverage Server / Crew Member / Counter Service] As a Barista at Starbucks, you'll: Provide unique coffee forward experience for every customer; Serve as coffee expert providing exceptional knowledge of food and beverage...Read more
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q:What year was Starbucks founded?
Benjamin Gardner
1971.
q:What industry is Starbucks in?
Liam Brown
Restaurant/Food Service.
q:What’s the stock symbol of Starbucks?
Liam Brown
SBUX.
q:Where is the headquarters of Starbucks?
Liam Brown
It’s in Seattle, WA.
q:What’s the gender distribution at Starbucks?
Benjamin Gardner
54.1% female, 45.9% male.
q:What’s Starbucks’s yearly revenue?
Benjamin Gardner
over $10b, i think
q:Who are Starbucks’s affiliate partners?
Sophie Hayes
These companies: Starbucks Coffee Argentina, Starbucks Mexico, Teavana.
q:What’s the name of Starbucks’s CEO?
Benjamin Gardner
Kevin Johnson.
q:How long do people usually work for Starbucks?
Liam Brown
4-8 year(s).
q:what kind of companies did Starbucks employees work for?
Sophie Hayes
Large companies before Starbucks.
q:what are the chances of career advancement at Starbucks?
Sophie Hayes
low.
q:Top future employers of Starbucks employees?
Benjamin Gardner
Amazon, Apple, Microsoft Corporation, Nordstrom, Self Employed, Star Bucks Coffee, Target, T-Mobile.
q:Where did employees work before joining Starbucks?
Benjamin Gardner
Barnes & Noble, Macy's, McDonald's, Microsoft Corporation, Nordstrom, Self Employed, Star Bucks Coffee, Target.
q:How old are Starbucks’s employees in general?
Sophie Hayes
around 21-30.
q:Where did most of Starbucks employees go to school?
Benjamin Gardner
Arizona State University-Tempe, University of Phoenix-Utah, University of Washington-Seattle Campus, Washington State University, Western Washington University.
q:where did you work before applying to Starbucks?
Hailey BranhamJune 19, 2021
The military
q:How long did you work for Starbucks?
Hailey BranhamJune 19, 2021
almost 2 years
q:What kind of benefits does Starbucks offer to its employees?
q:they accept people without college degrees at Starbucks?
Hailey BranhamJune 19, 2021
yes
q:Do I have to wear a tie in a management position at Starbucks?
Hailey BranhamJune 19, 2021
no you do not
q:Can someone tell me about the vacation policy at Starbucks?
q:Does Starbucks hire people with a criminal record?
Hailey BranhamJune 19, 2021
not to my knowledge
q:Did you leave Starbucks on good terms?
Hailey BranhamJune 19, 2021
absolutely not
q:Have you moved forward in your career at Starbucks?
q:Do I pay for the mandatory drug test for Starbucks?
q:What’s Starbucks’s business mission statement?
Liam Brown
"Our mission is to inspire and nurture the human spirit – one person, one cup, and one neighborhood at a time.".
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Reviews

3.4
363 ratings
3.8
Salary & Benefits
2.4
Professional growth
3.7
Work-Life balance
3.3
Recognition & Support
3.9
Culture & Values
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York, PA - May 2, 2021
It was a great place to work!
1.2
Ratings
1
Professional growth
2
Salary & Benefits
1
Work-Life balance
1
Recognition & Support
1
Culture and Values
Got new management in five years ago. They do not know how to run a distribution plant. They are three years behind on their automated project and don’t treat people correctly. The head ops manager made it clear when he said there is no value in being a Starbucks partner any more in job market. That temps work harder then people that work there full time.

Pros and Cons
Free coffee
Plenty of overtime!! No chance to advance
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Barista
Breckenridge, CO - May 10, 2021
Barista/SS
2.6
Ratings
3
Professional growth
3
Salary & Benefits
3
Work-Life balance
2
Recognition & Support
2
Culture and Values
Breckenridge is a tourist town. Slow during off time, extremely busy during peak season. Generally customers are happy, easy to talk to, and enjoying life.

Pros and Cons
Free food, coffee, benefits
Stressful work environment, extremely fast paced
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Barista
May 29, 2021
Starbucks/kroger
2.4
Ratings
2
Professional growth
3
Salary & Benefits
3
Work-Life balance
1
Recognition & Support
3
Culture and Values
I worked for kroger starbucks. The management was terrible hours varried too much from week to week. Schedule was released friday so never knew till last min if i worked on weekend so was unable to plan things.

Pros and Cons
Staff i worked w were nice
Bad benifits if your part-time. Bad hour's and management.
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Barista
New York, NY - June 9, 2021
Starbucks
2.6
Ratings
2
Professional growth
4
Salary & Benefits
3
Work-Life balance
1
Recognition & Support
3
Culture and Values
Working at Starbucks has taught me a lot while working there I enjoy working there until the manager switched and I had a female manager but other than that working at Starbucks is family friendly

Pros and Cons
Getting to know customers the environment
New manager switching and rude customers
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Barista trainer
June 17, 2021
Over worked, underpaid and strung along
1
Ratings
1
Professional growth
1
Salary & Benefits
1
Work-Life balance
1
Recognition & Support
1
Culture and Values
Made less than $10 an hour, was expected to find own coverage when calling in sick (even if it was contagious). Kept being jumped through hoops to get a promotion that never came (they hired outside people for that position and then had ME train them)

Pros and Cons
Free food and drinks
Sick policy and pay
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Barista
Manassas, VA - June 18, 2021
Its not a bad job just horrible management
3.4
Ratings
2
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
4
Work-Life balance
1
Recognition & Support
5
Culture and Values
This job and your happiness purely depends on who your manager is and whom your shift leaders are. Its that simple my life was great until they changed management and when I got a phone call from the hospital saying my brother was dying I asked my then manager if I could leave to go to the hospital he looked me in my tear soaked face and said "Your brother has nothing to do with your job" and that I needed to go back to work. After working 17 hour shifts during the pandemic to help the company as much as I could I decided it was time to leave.

Pros and Cons
Free food, free drinks, help with college but you have to go to theirs & The people you'll meet!
management, some of the people you meet & Management.
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Manager
July 6, 2021
It’s a trap.
1
Ratings
1
Professional growth
1
Salary & Benefits
1
Work-Life balance
1
Recognition & Support
1
Culture and Values
Overworked, underpaid, and they’ll replace you in a heartbeat. Customers stay mad if you’re understaffed or not moving quick enough. Literally had to have hip surgery from the repetitiveness of the job and workload.

Pros and Cons
Free coffee?
Overworked for terrible pay, too much workload, too high expectations.
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Shift Supervisor
July 10, 2021
Fun and Hard work
5
Ratings
5
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
5
Work-Life balance
5
Recognition & Support
5
Culture and Values
Starbucks is a great company! Part time employees that work a minimum of 20 hours a week receive full benefits and paid tuition. You receive support and even free therapy sessions.

Pros and Cons
Free drinks, free food, discount
Rarely rude customers
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Store Manager
New York, NY - July 24, 2021
Excellent vision and culture
3.4
Ratings
3
Professional growth
3
Salary & Benefits
3
Work-Life balance
3
Recognition & Support
5
Culture and Values
Job was eliminated due to store closure because of pandemic. No loyalty after 14 years of service and dedication. This left a bad taste in my mouth.

Pros and Cons
Excellent customer service
No loyalty after 14 years of service because of pandemic.
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Shift Supervisor
August 11, 2021
Just like a family
2.8
Ratings
4
Professional growth
3
Salary & Benefits
3
Work-Life balance
2
Recognition & Support
2
Culture and Values
the typical work environment varies because the largest 2 factors are your fellow employees and the amount of customer traffic your store has.

Pros and Cons
weekly tips, flexible scheduling
depends on your boss
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Barista
Orchard Park, NY - September 29, 2021
Fun work place with supportive coworkers
3.6
Ratings
3
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
3
Work-Life balance
3
Recognition & Support
4
Culture and Values
I enjoyed working at Starbucks. I made amazing friends there and enjoyed my time working at Starbucks. I had a great time working for Starbucks.

Pros and Cons
friendly coworkers, close parking options
possible rude customers
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Shift Supervisor
October 2, 2021
Underpaid and Undervalued
1.6
Ratings
1
Professional growth
4
Salary & Benefits
1
Work-Life balance
1
Recognition & Support
1
Culture and Values
Starbucks pays poorly, doesn’t support their baristas and overworks their supervisors. Everything depends on how good your store manager is and if they don’t care about you, your life is a living hell. Inconsistent hours, inconsistent support and you can never count on them to communicate with you. Too corporate and too obsessed with the customers.

Pros and Cons
Health insurance
Poor team relations, bad managers, no one cares about you as a person
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Shift Leader
Jacksonville, FL - December 5, 2021
A balance of fun and professionalism
2.8
Ratings
4
Professional growth
2
Salary & Benefits
3
Work-Life balance
3
Recognition & Support
2
Culture and Values
As a shift, it is very intresting. I am one of the leads who's responsible for our baristas, connecting with customers, and communicating with our manager.

Pros and Cons
Free lunch, free coffee, and making connections
Attitudes, stress, and drama