New Jersey launched a website for people to find in-demand jobs at essential businesses during the pandemic.
CVS said it was hiring 50,000 to meet exploding demand at its stores.
Walmart announced it will hire about 150,000 temporary workers by the end of May for their stores, clubs, distribution centers and fulfillment centers.
Dollar Tree, which also owns Family Dollar, plans to hire 25,000 workers.
7-Eleven expects to bring on 20,000 new store employees.
Amazon intends to hire 100,000 workers.
Domino's is hiring more than 10,000 workers.
The medical community is looking for as many health care providers as possible. New York City has even asked private and retired providers to help in hospitals. More than 1,000 answered the call.
Grocery chains (including Kroger) are looking for workers, as are shipping businesses, online learning and remote work firms.
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