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Every Major Retailer Hiring Due to COVID-19

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March 24, 2020 · 3.9k Views
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Unfortunately, the coronavirus pandemic has forced many businesses to shut down across the country. As a result of that, many Americans are now out of work, or are working severely reduced hours.

 

Fortunately, we've pulled together a list of the major retailers currently hiring. See that list below!

 

Major Retailers Currently Hiring

Amazon

Many Americans have turned to online shopping, which has given Amazon a boost in business. In order to fill the increased orders, Amazon is now hiring 100,000 people nationwide. These full-time and part-time roles will fill Amazon's delivery network and fulfillment centers.

Interested? Apply here today!

CVS

CVS is currently hiring 50,000 employees to fill full-time, part-time, and temporary positions. These open roles include store associates, delivery drivers, distribution center workers, and customer service professionals. The drug store said that they're hoping to mainly hire employees who were furloughed or laid off from other fields.

Interested? Apply here today!

Dollar General

Dollar General hopes to fill 50,000 open positions by the end of April. While many of these positions are only temporary, some roles will offer "long-term career growth opportunities."

Interested? Apply here today!

Domino's

Due to an increase in pizza orders, Domino's is currently hiring 10,000 employees to fill positions such as pizza makers, delivery drivers, and customer service representatives. In addition, the pizza company wants to fill roles at their supply chain centers, as well as management and assistant management positions.

Interested? Apply here today!

Instacart

Instacart is currently hiring hundreds of thousands of employees due to a surge in grocery deliveries nationwide. Over the next three months, the grocery delivery startup hopes to hire 300,000 full-service shoppers. Take note that these positions are treated like independent contractors.

Interested? Apply here today!

Papa John's

Papa John's just announced plans to hire 20,000 employees in response to the surge in pizza delivery orders. The pizza company even hopes to expedite the hiring process so that new employees can start right away.

Interested? Apply here today!

Pizza Hut

Pizza Hut is currently hiring 30,000 employees nationwide to meet their surge in pizza demand. Similarly to Papa John's, Pizza Hut hopes to expedite the hiring process, allowing new delivery drivers to begin in as little as five hours.

Interested? Apply here today!

PepsiCo

Within the coming months, PepsiCo is looking to hire 60,000 full-time workers. In addition, the soda company is providing "enhanced benefits" to all US-based workers and increasing their compensation for current frontline employees to help combat the coronaviruse crisis.

Interested? Apply here today!

Sam's Club

To meet their increased demand, Sam's Club is now hiring hundreds of employees to fill roles in customer service, maintenance, merchandise stocking, and fresh food areas. Best of all? Most of these new positions are for full-time, permanent work.

Interested? Apply here today!

Walgreens

Walgreens is looking to fill over 9,500 full-time and part-time positions nationwide. Roles include customer service associates, pharmacy technicians, and shift leaders. In addition, the pharmacy chain announced plans to give bonuses to current employees -- $300 for full-time and $150 for part-time.

Interested? Apply here today!

Walmart

Due to the overwhelming influx of customers, Walmart is currently hiring 150,000 new workers nationwide to fill full-time and part-time positons. These openings are for their distribution and fulfillment centers across the United States. Thanks to their expedited process, new hires can begin working in under 24 hours.

Interested? Apply here today!

7-Eleven

The nation's largest convenience store is currently hiring 20,000 employees nationwide. Some of these new roles include delivery workers to meet the sudden demand for mobile orders via the delivery app.

Interested? Apply here today!

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