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Who is hiring right now? If you’re in the midst of a job search, I’ve got good news: we’ve compiled a list of 31 different companies and types of jobs who are now hiring — with 900,000 positions open.
Get your resume ready — we’ve got your job hunting list ready.
1. Walmart and Sam’s Club are hiring more than 170,000 employees nationwide.
Walmart and Sam’s Club consistently hire, and the company is currently looking to hire 150,000 associates “to serve customers for the holidays (and beyond),” they said in a statement.
Walmart is also looking to hire 20,000 positions throughout their distribution and fulfillment centers.
And if you’re still in school, Walmart will pay 100% of your tuition fees and books.
2. Walgreens and CVS are hiring nearly 110,000 people.
Walgreens is looking to fill 72,000 jobs, including 17,000 cashier positions and 15,000 corporate positions, and CVS has 38,000 jobs between stores, warehouse, and corporate right now. With stores across the United States and the District of Columbia, this provides an opportunity for quick employment.
3. Dollar Tree is hiring, so is Dollar General — 81,000 new jobs.
Dollar General, which operates more than 15,000 stores in 44 states, has 50,000 jobs available from cashier to store management. Dollar General hopes to provide long-term growth opportunities to some of the newly hired employees.
4. Target is hiring 10,500 positions in the U.S.
In order to keep up with demand in stores and in distribution centers, Target has open positions that include seasonal workers, team leaders, specialty sales, management roles, and more.
5. McDonald’s is hiring 60,000 workers.
McDonald’s has created positions to implement nearly 50 new health and safety procedures to protect employees and customers. They’re hiring for positions ranging from entry-level ($11-$17/hour) to management ($15-$20/hour).
6. Domino’s, Papa John’s, and Pizza Hut are hiring 59,900 new employees.
Domino’s (24,000 positions nationwide), Papa John’s (2,100 in store management and 2,000 in delivery), and Pizza Hut (30,000 positions nationwide) are looking for new employees for a diverse array of jobs nationwide.
7. Taco Bell is hiring 51,000 new team members.
Taco Bell plans to hire for existing positions as well as creating new positions intended to keep drive-thrus, deliveries, curbside pickups, and mobile app orders running efficiently.
8. Subway is hiring 40,000 workers across North America.
Subway is planning to hire 40,000 workers for positions ranging from entry-level to management.
9. Lowe’s and Home Depot are hiring more than 37,900 people.
Lowe’s is actively hiring 14,900 new employees to fill part-time and full-time positions. In addition to filling positions in stores, Lowe’s also has job opportunities in their distribution centers and other supply chain facilities.
Home Depot is also hiring over 23,000 full-time and part-time employees. Positions are available for warehouse distribution, in-store associates, and delivery service drivers.
10. Healthcare organizations are hiring — big-time.
As coronavirus creates a new burden for hospitals and healthcare workers, the medical field is trying to hire up, and quickly. A quick search of indeed.com shows more than 37,000 entry-level jobs in the medical field. Previous experience is preferred, but not always necessary.
11. Amazon is hiring 70,700 employees overall.
Amazon is one of the places that has jobs that is always hiring. With over 16,000 jobs in software development, 2,500 in sales management, and 3,400 in project management, there are plenty of jobs for any skill you have. They have also announced that they will be hiring 40,000 new employees in the upcoming year for tech jobs with a global career day.
12. 7-Eleven is hiring 16,000 employees; other convenience stores are staffing up, too.
7-Eleven announced they will be adding 16,000 new store employees. These positions will fulfill the growing in-store needs, as well as meet the increased demand of delivery orders in major cities through their 7NOW app.
Sheetz, which operates 600 stores in the Northeast, announced that in addition to giving current employees a $3/hour raise, they’re adding 1,100 new jobs in transportation, distribution, store employees, and more.
13. Food delivery services are hiring more than a quarter of a million people as demand rapidly increases.
Uber Eats, Lyft, Instacart, Postmates, Grubhub, and DoorDash are all seeing huge increases in delivery orders as folks want their favorite food at home with minimal interaction. The average delivery driver makes about $27,000 a year, which can supplement other gig-economy-type jobs. Meanwhile, full-time rideshare drivers earn an average of $36,525 a year. You can start working in less than two weeks.
Here are the links you need, in order of how well they pay:
- Apply to deliver for Postmates
- Apply to deliver for DoorDash
- Apply to deliver for Uber Eats
- Apply to deliver for Instacart
- Apply to deliver for Shipt
- Apply to deliver for GrubHub
14. Kroger is hiring for over 10,000 jobs right now.
The grocery giant, which includes numerous other chains in their corporate family, is particularly looking for workers to help with stocking and delivery, but positions are also available for cashiers, pharmacy technicians, and more. New hires can get to work within several days of application. You can search by location.
15. Rite Aid is hiring 8,000 employees.
Rite Aid plans to hire 8,000 employees for their 2,500 locations. The 8,000 positions will include cashiers, pharmacist, janitorial staff, and more.
16. Dunkin’ is hiring 7,300 new workers.
Dunkin’ launched a hiring campaign centered around the benefits of working at one of their restaurants. Dunkin’ is partnering with Southern New Hampshire University to offer their employees free online education.
17. Tech companies that let you have your online meetings are hiring.
18. Online education companies are hiring for a bunch of roles.
Recently, there’s been a lot of renewed interest in online education. Online primary school K12.com has 551 positions for teachers and support staff, and its competitor Connections Academy has 462 jobs live.
A search for online education on Indeed.com generates nearly 4,500 jobs. These are almost all remote-friendly, and vary greatly — from teaching English to Chinese students to being a graphic design instructor. Support jobs abound, too.
19. Tractor Supply Company is hiring more than 5,000 employees.
Tractor Supply Company is hiring 4,600 employees for retail work and 400 employees for management positions to meet demands of their clients.
20. ALDI is hiring staff by 4,400.
In addition to giving current employees temporary raises, Aldi is also hiring temporary store and warehouse positions. The company already had massive expansion plans before the coronavirus, expecting to become the third-largest grocery store by 2022.
21. UPS is hiring more than 4,100 positions nationwide.
As UPS shipping demand grows, so does the need for delivery drivers, warehouse workers, and other support positions, like mechanics, data entry, and more. It’s a big list.
It may also be worth checking your local FedEx location, with the company hiring for positions such as package handlers, operations managers, and warehouse workers.
22. Pepsi is hiring 3,600 new people in management and distribution on their team.
PepsiCo has donated millions of dollars worldwide as part of their COVID response and also plans to hire 3,600 new, full-time, full-benefit frontline employees across the U.S. to meet increased demand for its products. Pepsi is hiring for delivery drivers, engineers, sales, finance, communications, and more.
23. Facebook is hiring 3,300 employees to help with content.
In an effort to curb the spread of misinformation, Facebook is hiring 3,300 new software engineers, data managers, and visual content managers to improve content on the platform.
24. Panda Express plans to hire 3,000 team members.
Panda Express plans to hire more employees at each location to be better prepared for opening their dining rooms when guidelines allow. For now, there are 2,200 open part-time positions for cashiers and delivery drivers and 700 salaried management positions.
25. Albertsons is hiring for about 2,200 jobs across their stores.
Albertsons owns Safeway, Vons, United Supermarkets, and a bunch more, and they’re hiring for delivery drivers, cashiers, gas station attendants, customer service representatives, and lots more. You can search by location or job, and the search applies to all the company’s stores.
26. Ace Hardware is hiring over 1,000 employees.
With thousands of Ace Hardware stores open, there will always be a need for employees at the hardware chain. The company is currently looking to fill 1,000 positions at their stores across the nation.
27. Aetna, a CVS Health company, wants to fill more than 1,400 positions.
Aetna is one of the biggest healthcare benefits companies in the nation, and they’ve been around since the 1980s. It wasn’t until 2018 that they joined forces with CVS with the goal to offer low-cost healthcare. Positions include customer service and claims and clinical positions — some are even remote jobs.
28. Nestle is continuing to hire 800 employees across their U.S. businesses.
Nestle is a worldwide operation and is continuing to hire internationally and in the U.S. There are currently about 800 jobs listed in the U.S. for positions within their factories, distribution centers, retail sales teams, and more.
29. Whole Foods is hiring nearly 600 associates, and they’ll make at least $15 an hour.
In-store shoppers, cashiers, bakery team members, dishwashers, meat department workers, and more are needed at Whole Foods Markets nationwide.
Whole Foods’ starting pay is $15/hr. The chain is expediting hiring processes because they’re ready to roll.
30. Your regional grocery store chain is hiring, most likely.
Places like Raley’s in Northern California are hiring for a number of positions, from clerks to stockers to pharmacy techs. Chances are, your regional grocery chain is hiring, too, to meet customer demand.
Texas grocery store H-E-B has part-time and full-time employment opportunities in their warehouse, manufacturing, and transportation departments. In addition, H-E-B is also looking to fill short-term positions to handle the influx of in-store traffic.
31. Companies are hiring more than a million cleaners.
We’re all wanting to kill off germs and have our spaces clean right now, so it’s no wonder that ZipRecruiter reports that job postings for janitors and cleaners have increased by 75% over last year. Whether you’re looking to clean a house, an office, or a hotel, the over 1 million cleaning jobs available now on ZipRecruiter offer variety.