Since the outbreak of coronavirus or the COVID-19, there are more millions of people who are on the list of unemployed people. Due to coronavirus many people lost their routine life and are left without any job.
While many people are without work, even in this situation there are thousands of companies looking to hire right now. To know more about the companies that are hiring, LinkedIn is updating the information now and then.
Some companies are offering jobs for thousands of people and they are available throughout the US.
Andrew Seaman, the News Editor of Linkeldn says that “For the past couple of weeks, I’m noticing an increasing number of companies and organizations across other industries say that they’re hiring, Those industries include finance, tech, education, customer service, and defense.
From my reporting, I think it’s partly due to some companies getting their employees and systems used to a work-at-home environment. They’re likely able to continue operations.”
Many of the new job offerings are related to the changing needs in the US, especially in this pandemic situation. An example of it would be Amazon hiring more than a thousand people its fulfillment centers and delivery workers as people are now preferring for online services.
FedEx is hiring 35,000 people, while Pizza Hut is hiring 30,000, and Kroger is looking to hire 20,000. Walmart is hiring 50,000 workers for distribution and fulfillment centers, Ace hardware needs 30,000 workers, PepsiCo needs 6000 workers.
The CDC Foundation has vacancy of 500 positions ready to be filled, Chewy has said they will hire 10,000 people due to high demands and Walgreens needs 25,000 employees. Similar to this, there are thousands of companies hiring workers around the country.
This serves as a really good opportunity for the people who lost their jobs during this outbreak. Information about the job offers are exclusively available in Linkeldn and Seaman says, “There are countless small businesses and other organizations hiring people at the local level to keep essential services flowing into communities.”