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Gas Station Attendant (Former Employee) –  Sherwood Park, AB2 February 2018
Working for Costco is pretty good for the most part, the co-workers are probably the best part, the pay is decent, being jjust above minimum wage, but promotions and getting a full time position could take years. Costco is best for student jobs as they have a really good student retention program
Pros
Awesome work environment and co-workers
Cons
part time hours get cut a lot
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Bakery Services Assistant (Former Employee) –  Vaudreuil-Soulanges, QC23 May 2018
Worked there as a student, their student working program is very helpful and allows for you to retain seniority even when not working because of school.
Pros
Great salary and benefits
Cons
Lots of standing
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Front End Assistant (Former Employee) –  Red Deer County, AB23 May 2018
Costco is a great place to work and shop. They have amazing deals.
I was working as front end assistant, then worked in member service and that was my favorite position, then i was working as gas station assistant. Costco is a great place to work filled with friendly employees. I would come back to work there.
Pros
an hour lunch break
Cons
long lunch lineups
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