Californians are continuing to stay at home under the order of Governor Gavin Newsom due to the coronavirus pandemic, which has also affected millions of jobs nationwide.
While many companies are cutting workers amid the global pandemic, grocery stores, pharmacies, and delivery services are actively seeking workers.
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Here is a list of businesses across the state that are actively hiring:
CVS is seeking to immediately fill 50,000 full-time, part-time and temporary roles across the U.S., including stores in Southern California. These positions include store associates, home delivery drivers, distribution center employees, and member/customer service professionals.
Domino’s is hiring 10,000 workers nationwide and 2,500 team members in SoCal. Available positions include delivery drivers, customer service representatives, and managers.
Pizza Hut is hiring 30,000 new employees nationwide, including cooks, delivery drivers, shift leaders, restaurant managers, and virtual call center agents.
Grocery stores need all hands on deck right now. Sprouts Farmers Market is looking to immediately fill more than 3,500 jobs across the U.S., including stores in SoCal. Interested applicants can apply online by visiting sprouts.com/careers, or text “careers” to 480-800-8056.
Supermarket chain Ralphs is hiring 10,000 new workers across the country.
Supermarket company Aldi is seeking extra hands at stores and warehouses nationwide. So far Aldi U.S. has hired about 7,500 new associates and plans to add more in addition to temporary wage increases for workers in stores and warehouses.
Passionate for healthy food, organic ingredients, and local grocery stores? Erewhon Organic Grocer & Cafe has an updated list of more than 50 positions from merchandise receivers to prep cooks and drivers.
In order to meet the surge in demand throughout the pandemic, Amazon has added nearly 100,000 new positions across the U.S., and is raising hourly wages by $2 per hour for workers in fulfillment centers and warehouses through the end of April.
Trader Joe’s is hiring for temporary positions across the U.S. The company posted this statement on their website: "To those who have found their hours limited or jobs placed on hold, we invite you to join our Crew until your employer is able to welcome you back."