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30+ places to find a temporary job during the coronavirus outbreak.


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For healthy individuals who aren’t considered high risk, getting a job during the pandemic could help ease financial hardship.

Here’s a list of companies that are hiring hourly employees to help meet rising consumer demand for food, household essentials, online learning and more.

CompanyWhat they’re looking for
7-Eleven20,000 new employees to help keep stores clean and stocked with merchandiseApply now
Amazon100,000 people to beef up its delivery network and fulfillment centers, including full- and part-time rolesApply now
Albertsons companies
  • 30,000 new employees to meet demand, including delivery drivers, personal shoppers and more
  • Owns Safeway, Albertsons, Randalls, United Supermarkets and more chains around the US
Apply now
CostcoTemporary workers nationwide to help keep warehouses stockedApply now
CVS50,000 employees, including part-time and temporary positionsApply now
Dollar General50,000 employees nationwide by the end of AprilApply now
Dollar Tree25,000 workers to support their stores and distribution centersApply now
Domino’s10,000 people for positions in customer service, delivery, supply chain, management and moreApply now
DoorDashDelivery drivers to meet the growing demandApply now
FedExPackage handlers nationwideApply now
GE HealthcareManufacturing employees to help increase the output of critical medical suppliesApply now
GrubHubDelivery drivers to meet the uptick in demandApply now
  • 300,000 shoppers over the next three months
  • Positions will be for independent contractors
Apply now
Kroger10,000 employees around the country to help serve people as they purchase groceries and household essentialsApply now
Lowe’s30,000 workers — including full- and part-time positions — nationwideApply now
MicrosoftOver 3,500 professionals in Seattle, New York City and the Bay AreaApply now
Outschool5,000 remote teachers nationwide to keep up with demand for online learningApply now
Papa Johns20,000 new team members to meet the demand for pizzaApply now
PepsiCo.6,000 full- and part-time employees in the next few monthsApply now
Pizza Hut30,000 employees nationwide — with the ability to start working as soon as 5 hours after being hiredApply now
PublixThousands of associates to fill positions in its stores and distribution centers by the end of MarchApply now
SlackLooking to fill 200+ positions to keep up with demand for the online messaging serviceApply now
Small Business Administration (SBA)
  • Customer service representatives for its call center
  • Paralegals, credit analysts, loan officers and mortgage underwriters to help with its disaster relief efforts
Apply now
TargetHourly store employees and distribution center workers nationwideApply now
UPSPackage handlers, drivers, warehouse workers and technicians nationwideApply now
Walgreens9,500 full- and part-time positions nationwide, including customer service associates, pharmacy technicians and shift leadsApply now
  • 150,000 workers to meet demand
  • Applicants could start working in as little as 24 hours
Apply now
Whole Foods5,000 seasonal and full-time positions nationwideApply now
ZoomGrowing its workforce by 9% to keep up with demand — including positions in sales, support, marketing, HR, finance and engineeringApply now

If none of the above companies seem like a good match — or there’s not a location nearby — consider calling essential businesses that are located around you, like local grocery stores, pharmacies and companies that produce food. There’s a good chance that they could be hiring to meet increased demand.

Stay up to date on the ever-changing coronavirus news. Or, find 9 steps to take to manage your finances during the pandemic.

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