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Whole Foods Now Hiring 300 Houston Workers

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Anarcho-socialist free range green organic vegan gluten-free hippie liberal commie pinko grocery chain Whole Foods has announced that they're hiring 300 (or so) workers in the Houston area.

And we have a totally legit Whole Foods job application for you to check out after the jump.

Whole Foods is a very respectable chain; their stores are always clean, their soups and sandwiches are amazing, their produce is always super-fresh, and they are most certainly unblemished by poor people skulking about, the way they do over at Fiesta.

For those of you wondering what they're looking for in potential employees, why, we just happen to have acquired a sample job application, which we are in no way making up.


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