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Need a job? Have you considered working for a pharmacy?

CVS will be raising its minimum wage to $15 an hour by next summer.

The drugstore chain announced this week that pay raises will start going into effect this month for hourly employees, ramping up to $15 by next July.

The company employs roughly 300,000 people – about 65% of which already earn more than $15 an hour.

Kudos to CVS for being the next in line to make sure their employees are taken care of!

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