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Now Hiring: AutoZone To Add 20,000 New Jobs

AutoZone said it plans to hire more than 20,000 new employees nationwide to meet growing demand at its more than 5,800 stores throughout the United States. 

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“We are fortunate to be in a position to create so many rewarding jobs and career opportunities, especially in this current environment,” said Bill Rhodes, chairman, president and CEO of AutoZone.

New job opportunities include delivery drivers, parts sales managers and full- and part-time sales associates. 

All applications must be submitted online at the AutoZone Careers site,  

AutoZone has opportunities in all 50 states, in addition to its distribution centers in Ontario, California; Pasco, Washington; Terrell, Texas; Hazleton, Pennsylvania; Lexington, Tennessee; Lavonia, Georgia; Tolleson, Arizona; Ocala, Florida; Zanesville, Ohio; and Danville, Illinois. 

AutoZone provides ongoing training and career development tools for employees, the company noted in a press release.

“We have such a unique and powerful culture at AutoZone built on our commitment to always putting our customers first and helping our teams succeed,” Rhodes added. “Our AutoZoners are truly incredible and are the very best people and professionals in any industry.”

AutoZone is an equal-opportunity employer, the company noted. 

“Embracing diversity is one of our core values and we strive to have our stores and distribution centers reflect the neighborhoods and communities we proudly serve,” said Rick Smith, senior vice president, human resources of AutoZone. 


Since 2015, AutoZone has hired more than 45,000 current and former U.S. Military Service members, according to the company. High school graduates, vocational and college students, retirees and veterans are also encouraged to apply.

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