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Aldi to create 5,500 UK jobs this year

Aldi Food Market grocery store

Aldi has announced plans to generate 5,500 new jobs throughout 2024 as part of its rapid expansion strategy. 

This hiring spree will include positions at its corporate headquarters and across its 11 regional distribution centres network.

The discounter also intends to hire at its new stores slated for opening, covering roles from store assistants to managers and cleaners. 

The move is a segment of Aldi's ambitious £1.4 billion investment plan set to unfold over the next two years to bolster the supermarket chain's growth. 

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Aldi UK CEO Giles Hurley said: “Our colleagues work incredibly hard and are without a doubt a huge part of our success at Aldi.

“We continue to welcome more and more customers to Aldi stores every week, not just because of our unbeatable prices and British sourcing, but also our amazing colleagues.

“We are looking forward to welcoming even more colleagues up and down the country to Team Aldi during 2024 as we progress towards our goal of making affordable, quality food accessible to everyone.”

Aldi recently announced a major investment exceeding £550 million to expand and enhance its store and distribution network within the UK.

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