5 best and worst jobs at Costco

With one of the lowest employee turnover rates in the retail industry, popular warehouse chain Costco consistently wins high marks in worker satisfaction. And the retail powerhouse, along with Boeing and Apple, was rated one of the best places to work in 2018 according to a new report from job website Indeed. Furthermore, Costco employees make an average salary of $69,000 according to Payscale and new entry-level positions start as high as $14.50 an hour.

Many employees have given favorable reviews about employment at Costco on Glassdoor, which might be because the retailer isn’t a stranger to promoting from within and rewarding loyal employees. In fact, Costco tends to avoid hiring business school grads, preferring to nurture employees who start on the floor in its warehouses. Working at Costco overall might come with great benefits, but some Costco jobs rate better than others, depending on the responsibilities and pay.

Click through to see the best and worst jobs at this popular retailer.

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