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6,000 Full & Part Time Jobs With Subway

31 Jan 2012

6,000 Full & Part Time Jobs With Subway Subway, the popular sandwich franchise, is set to create 6,000 full or part time jobs in the United Kingdom and Ireland in the next 3 years.

The company says it hopes to add 600 new outlets to its UK and Ireland portfolio before 2015 and will create an average of 10 new full and part time jobs with each opening.

The expansion will see the number of Subway branches rise by 40 per cent from the current level of 1,500 outlets. The company will not only seek to open new Subways on the high street as they have traditionally done; they will look to establish new outlets at petrol stations, hospitals and airports.

Subway’s president, Fred DeLuca, said of his company’s business model and the full and part time jobs that it creates: “We are particularly proud of the fact that over the years the Sunway brand has been able to provide entrepreneurs with business opportunities where they can open and operate their own small business and provide great food, exceptional customer service and job opportunities in their communities.”

Subway now trades in almost 100 countries and is benefiting in the tougher economic climate because they have lower average transaction costs than many of their competitors. The expansion from their existing 36,000 worldwide outlets should see the franchise continue to create thousands of new full and part time jobs over the coming years.

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