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Seasonal Job Hiring is in Full Swing


Seasonal job hiring is in full swing

Each year, seasonal job hiring begins in October and continues through the end of the year to account for the holiday shopping rush.  According to Challenger, Gray & Christmas, hiring for the 2016 retail hiring this holiday season is forecast to remain unchanged from a year ago, when seasonal employment in the sector increased by 738,800 during the final three months of the year. In 2015’s job gains were 1.4 percent lower than the previous year, when retailers added 749,100, according to employment data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).

There are seasonal jobs out there, though there may be more competition this year. If you’re looking to make some cash this holiday season, consider submitting your applications early.

We’ve put together a sample  of several companies we know are looking to bring on extra help for the holidays:

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UPS Jobs
Number of job listings: Should be more than 95,000
Location: Nationwide
Types of seasonal positions: Package handlers, delivery drivers

AT&T Jobs
Number of job listings: Should be more than 2,500
Location: Nationwide
Types of seasonal positions: Customer service representatives, store managers

Target Jobs
Number of job listings: Should be more than 77,000 Jobs
Location: Nationwide
Types of seasonal positions: Distribution center workers, store team members

Best Buy Jobs
Number of job listings: Should be more than 11,500
Location: Nationwide
Types of seasonal positions: Store managers, sales leads, Geek Squad techs

Avon Jobs
Number of job listings: Should be more than 1,000
Location: Nationwide
Types of seasonal positions: Sales representatives

NCH Healthcare System Jobs
Number of job listings: Should be more than 100
Location: Florida
Types of seasonal positions: Registered nurses, physical therapists

 

 

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