What is the minimum age needed to be hired at Walgreens?


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Walgreens requires employees to be a minimum of 16 years of age, as of 2014. Entry-level positions at Walgreens include beauty adviser, service clerk, reset and revision clerk, retail management trainee, and intern. Interns work in the store area or the pharmacy, depending on the internship program.

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Entry-level positions at Walgreens typically pay minimum wage. Applications can be submitted online or in person at a Walgreens store. Employees under the age of 18 may have to obtain a work permit, depending on the laws in the state in which the minor resides. Some state laws limit the hours that a person under the age of 18 can work, which may preclude working certain positions, such as night shifts.

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