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U.S. News & World Report Logo By Farran Powell of U.S. News & World Report | Slide 2 of 11: The Seattle-based coffee chain offers full tuition for Arizona State University's online program, giving its hourly employees an opportunity to earn a bachelor's degree. Under Starbucks' partnership with ASU, the company reimburses its employees' tuition costs after the end of each semester. To qualify, Starbucks hourly employees must work an average of 20 hours a week, and they're eligible from the first day of employment. The company says more than 10,000 employees are currently participating in the program.

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The Seattle-based coffee chain offers full tuition for Arizona State University's online program, giving its hourly employees an opportunity to earn a bachelor's degree. Under Starbucks' partnership with ASU, the company reimburses its employees' tuition costs after the end of each semester. To qualify, Starbucks hourly employees must work an average of 20 hours a week, and they're eligible from the first day of employment. The company says more than 10,000 employees are currently participating in the program.
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