Coronavirus: Who is hiring now?

Who is hiring during the coronavirus pandemic?

While the country continues to prepare, and practice, social distancing and self-quarantine during the COVID-19 pandemic, companies are looking for workers to help restock empty shelves and deliver orders to home-bound customers.

Amazon made headlines this week when the company announced it is looking to hire 100,000 workers for warehouse and delivery positions.

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But Amazon is not the only company looking for workers.

Reuters reported that grocery store companies like Albertsons, Kroger and Raley’s are looking for employees to fill online orders, and are appealing to those workers in the travel, restaurant and entertainment industries who are currently out of a job because of the coronavirus.

MarketWatch reported other companies are hiring cleaners to scrub and sanitize businesses.

Walmart is looking to add to its delivery drivers, The Indy Star reported. To look to see if you are a match, click here for the current openings. You can also see the other jobs currently available at Walmart and its other businesses by clicking here.

Meijer is looking for seasonal workers, The Indy Star reported. Click here to see what is available.

Since people are ordering in instead of eating out, some Pizza Huts may be looking for employees, The Indy Star reported. Click here to see the latest openings.

Safeway, which is part of the Albertson’s family, is looking for workers, the San Francisco Chronicle reported.

H-E-B is looking to fill both part-time and full-time positions in warehouses and stores, Forbes reported. Click here to see the available positions.

Target, according to KTVT, has 9,000 job openings across the country. To apply, click here.

Dominos pizza is looking to hire more full-time and part-time workers as more people are ordering in. Click here to apply.

Dollar General is looking to add 50,000 temporary employees by the end of April, Market Watch reported. Click here to apply.

Instacart is adding 300,000 shoppers, considered independent contractors, CNN reported. The hirings are in direct response to the demands the coronavirus has had on the online shopping service and will happen over the next three months.

FILE PHOTO: While some companies are slashing the workforce, others are doing a hiring surge.
FILE PHOTO: While some companies are slashing the workforce, others are doing a hiring surge. (Geri Lavrov/Getty Images)