These Companies Are Actually Hiring During The Coronavirus Pandemic

Because the coronavirus pandemic is limiting business to essential services, many Americans are out of work right now. More than 6.6 million people applied for unemployment benefits last week, a grim new record, according to the Department of Labor. Some industries are delaying start dates for new hires. About 64% of talent acquisition leaders who…

These Companies Are Actually Hiring During The Coronavirus Pandemic

Because the coronavirus pandemic is limiting business to essential services, many Americans are out of work right now. More than 6.6 million people applied for unemployment benefits last week, a grim new record, according to the Department of Labor. Some industries are delaying start dates for new hires. About 64% of talent acquisition leaders who work in mid-size and large banking, financial and investment institutions said that they are delaying start dates, according to a Talent Acquisition Leadership Keynotes/RecruitiFi joint survey.In response to the spread of COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, some places like New Jersey, Michigan and Los Angeles have created their own local job listing portals.Are there any employers who are actively hiring right now? Yes, especially in industries that are meeting the demands of the pandemic, including retail, delivery, military, taxes, remote learning and health care.According to LinkedIn’s survey of jobs posted between March 15-21, the companies with the most open jobs in America are: 7-Eleven Army National Guard KPMG Amazon Genentech Lowe’s HCA Healthcare Intuit Nepris Whole Foods A word of caution: If you are job-searching, you should definitely consider how current employees feel about their working conditions right now. Jobs in some of these industries require frequent exposure to the public, heightening the risk of contracting the coronavirus.Walmart workers have told HuffPost that they feel unprotected from
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