Our response to the public health crisis has created an economic crisis, with many Denton citizens losing their jobs. However, there are companies whose products and services are in demand and creating new job opportunities. Here are a few I found. If you know of others, let me know, and we will update the list. In times like this, we all need to do what we can to help our neighbors out.
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The Federal government is hiring for various positions to help with the COVID-19 response, some working from home.
The convenience store chain is hiring for its storefronts and mobile ordering service. It’s encouraging people who wish to apply online or inquire about job opportunities at their local stores.
The new employees will largely work in distribution centers and many will become permanent staff overtime, Walmart said in a statement.
Stores are looking for approximately 30 additional workers for all 98 locations across the metroplex. Positions available include stocking, front end, delivery, e-commerce pickers, delivery drivers for e-commerce. You can apply online or in-store by speaking with a store director.
The grocery chain is looking to add 10,000 jobs to stores nationwide. The open positions are for a variety of jobs, including retail clerks and night crew members, across several different states. Right now there are around 240 in the greater DFW area.
plans to immediately fill 50,000 jobs across the U.S. company needs more store associates, home delivery drivers, distribution center employees, and customer service professionals.
Nationally hiring 100,00 new roles in fulfillment centers and in its delivery network. The company is also increasing hourly pay for United States workers by $2/hour.
9000 jobs are currently listed nationally. The job site lists round 230 jobs for the greater DFW area.
AHI is looking for people to fill janitorial roles. The company cleans several businesses in North Texas and beyond.
According to a United States Census Bureau spokesperson, the government is still looking for people to apply to fill temporary census positions.