These Companies Are Hiring During The Coronavirus Crisis

Publix, Aldi, Amazon, Dollar General, Dollar Tree, Dominos, & Walgreens Via Facebook

 As the coronavirus crisis worsens more people are losing their jobs due to businesses shutting down. 

But some companies are hiring. Here are a just a few of them. 

7-Eleven

The convenience store is looking to hire 20,000 employees. 

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Aldi

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Amazon 

The online retailer announced last week they were hiring 100,000 warehouse and delivery workers.

"While most of the hires will stay with the company through at least April, we do anticipate there will be opportunities to stay with Amazon in a longer temporary or permanent role,” an Amazon spokeswoman told MarketWatch.The company also said it will also temporarily raise pay by $2 an hour through the end of April for hourly employees.Click here to learn more. 

Dollar General 

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Dollar Tree 

“We are committed to serving our communities by providing customers with critical essentials, especially during times of uncertainty,” CEO Gary Philbin said in a press release.

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Dominos 

The pizza chain is looking to hire 10,000 employees. 

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Publix 

“We take pride in serving our communities during times of need, and with the unprecedented demand we are experiencing, we’re in need of more associates to help across our operating area,” Publix Vice President of Human Resources Marcy Benton told told media outlets. “We’re looking for people who have a desire to serve, are passionate about the food industry, are willing to work hard and ready to build a career at Publix.”

Visit www.publix.jobs to apply for a job. 

Walgreens 

The retail and pharmacy chain is looking to fill 9,500 jobs. 

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Walmart

The mammoth grocery store chain is looking to hire 150,000 associates. “These roles will be temporary at first, but many will convert to permanent roles over time,” Walmart said in a press release. “We’ve reached out to industry groups representing restaurants and hospitality to facilitate temporary roles that can be a bridge for their employees during this difficult time.”

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