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Read the attached job descriptions of jobs in a company called Whole Foods. Assign each job a title and outline a pay structure. It can be in the form of an organizational chart or a list ranking the highest paid through the lowest paid jobs. Multiple jobs can be the same rate.

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Hi - Is this what you are looking for? I used actual salary data and titles when available.

Whole Foods

Area Manager- Job H
Pay Structure $61-66,000/year. Average rate $63,400/annual

Prepared Food Team Leader- Job C
Pay Structure $27-29 an hour. Average rate $27.66/hour.

Grocery Team Leader- Job ...

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This detailed solution takes job descriptions from Whole Foods, assigns each job a job title and outlines a pay structure.

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