The impact on the coronavirus pandemic continues to send shock waves through the economy.
Yet during this crisis, some companies are hiring to fill the demands of the new normal.
Walmart: The nation’s largest retailer is looking to hire an additional 50,000 employees to help the company deal with increased demand. The company announced plans last month to hire 150,000 U.S. hourly workers. The company says the new workers will be hired for a range of positions, such as cashiers, stockers and personal shoppers for its stores and clubs, fillers and pickers at distribution centers and fulfillment centers and drivers for its fleet. The jobs are temporary, but many will become permanent, said spokesman Dan Bartlett.
Whole Foods Market: On March 26, Whole Foods Market