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Home Depot is Hiring 80K This Spring

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Home Depot is Hiring Companies are once again investing in America and adding jobs! They are calling it the Trump Hiring Boom! There are thousands of positions available at great companies all hiring now, including Home Depot. Home Depot is seeking to hire 80,000 employees to fill its stores nationwide by spring. And the national retailer is touting the shorter time — just 15 minutes — it will take to apply for a job via its website. “Applying for a job at the world’s largest home improvement retailer now takes about 15 minutes using any device, thanks to a shorter application and mobile-optimized ‘careers’ site at careers.homedepot.com,” said the company in a statement. While there are opportunities available at The Home Depot’s nearly 2,000 U.S. stores and 75 distribution facilities, more than 1,000 jobs are available in New York, according to the company’s interactive map.      

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Amazon is Hiring 100K

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Amazon to Create More Than 100,000 New, Full-Time, Full-Benefit Jobs across the U.S. over the Next 18 Months Already one of the country’s biggest employers, Amazon plans to grow its full-time U.S.-based workforce from 180,000 in 2016 to over 280,000 by mid-2018 Over 9,000 employees have now participated in Amazon’s innovative “Career Choice” program that pre-pays 95% of tuition for degrees in high-demand occupations such as aircraft mechanics, computer-aided design, machine tool technologies, medical lab technologies, nursing, and many other fields Over 10,000 military veterans already work at Amazon and last year the company pledged to hire and train an additional 25,000 veterans and military spouses over the next five years In addition to direct full-time employment, Amazon businesses such as Marketplace and Amazon Flex will continue to create thousands of jobs for people across the U.S. who want to start their own business or the flexibility to work part-time and set their own schedule Over the past five years, Amazon created over 150,000 jobs in the United States, growing its workforce here from 30,000 employees in 2011 to over 180,000 at the end of 2016. Today, the company announced that it plans to create an additional 100,000 full-time, full-benefit …

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Companies Hiring Now March 2017

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The TRUMP Hiring Boom Continues! Companies are creating new jobs like crazy.  Listed below are Companies that have new jobs available as of March 2017. Amazon, Home Depot and Exxon all announced major hiring initiatives over the last month! Other top companies with thousands of openings include, David’s Bridal, Office Depot, United Healthcare, Kindred and Fedex Office and Print Services.  View the list below to see a complete list of top companies with immediate openings.

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2015 to Kick Off with Steady Hiring Expectations in the U.S.

Global hiring shows few signs of dramatic uptick in new year. The latest Manpower Employment Outlook Survey, released today by ManpowerGroup, demonstrates a continuation of U.S. employers’ growing optimism about the labor market. The result is a seasonally adjusted Net Employment Outlook of +16% for the first quarter of 2015, a level last reported seven years ago in Q1 2008 when the Outlook was also +16%. The Outlook is relatively stable compared to Q4 2014 and slightly improved from one year ago at this time.

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Shelf Monkey Begins Global Hiring; Aims for 10,000 Shelf Brokers by 2016

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Shelf Monkey streamlines global retail shelf space rentals and facilitates product placement. Retail shelf space brokerage Shelf Monkey has begun hiring brokers locally and internationally in key metro markets; the company aims to have over 10,000 shelf brokers globally by the end of 2016 to reach its goal of becoming the top destination for product placement. “With the successful launch of our innovative retail shelf space brokerage platform ShelfMonkey.com last week, we’re now 100% focused on generating listings to fulfill demand from brand manufacturers,” commented Shelf Monkey founder Tom Rapko. The origin of Shelf Monkey is actually tied to a small family business trying to make it big, and failing. Shelf Monkey founder Tom Rapko owned a beverage company in which he had manufactured plenty of soda, but couldn’t get the product on to retail shelves. Tom hit the streets. He hit the phones. He Googled his brains out. No shelf space could be had. He speculated that other start-up companies were in the same boat; a great product with no retail distribution. There was an obvious disconnect between retail shelf space owners and brand manufacturers, and especially between up-and-coming brands and large retailers. Tom figured retail shelf space owners …

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