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CarMax Earns Workplace Honor

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CarMax Inc. has been named by Fortune magazine as one of its 100 Best Companies to Work For for the 13th year in a row.

CarMax ranks No. 77 for 2017.

CarMax is currently hiring for more than 2,000 positions in existing and new locations across the country.

The majority of open store positions are in sales, with additional positions in service (detailers, experienced technicians), purchasing and the business office. Positions range from full to part-time, with day and evening shifts available.

Opportunities are also available at CarMax Auto Finance in Atlanta, and at the CarMax Home Office and CarMax Shockoe locations in Richmond, Va.

Some of the areas with a large number of job openings include: Los Angeles and Sacramento, Calif.; Baltimore, Md.; Richmond, Va.; Boston; Portland, Ore; and Atlanta.



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