List: Companies Around the Nation Are Hiring for the Holiday Season

Companies are preparing to receive waves of customers during the holiday season, so they're recruiting to bolster the workforce.

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Target stores plan to hire 120,000 people during the holidays, a 20% increase from last year.
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Retail giant Amazon plans to hire seasonal help in 33 states for the holiday season, as well as workers in Toronto and Vancouver.
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Costco is one of several big-box retailers looking for extra hands for the 2018 holiday season.
Missed the Oct. 2nd job fair hosted by the United States Postal Service? They're still hiring eligible applicants in the Los Angeles and Santa Ana areas online.
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Sears and Kmart have over 2,000 openings available for the holiday season, according to their jobs page.
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Kohl's is expected to hire at least 90,000 people during the holiday season. Some stores will hold "hiring days" on Oct. 26 and Oct. 27.
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Macy's stores plan to hire 80,000 employees during the holiday season.
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Burlington's has hundreds of positions open for seasonal workers, from cashier associate, sales and receiving.
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FedEx plans to hire 55,000 people and increase hours for employees during the holiday season.
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UPS announced it expects to hire some 100,000 temporary employees for the holiday season.
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Best Buy announced it is looking for helping hands this holiday season.
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JCPenney will conduct a National Hiring Day event on Tuesday Oct. 16, 2018 from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. The company is looking to fill 39,000 seasonal positions across the county, including 4,800 in California. Apply online and click here for more information.
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These seasonal jobs will require shifts during Christmas and New Years, but some of them will remain closed for Thanksgiving so that workers can spend some time with family. Big-box retailers closed on Thanksgiving include Burlington, Costco, Crate and Barrel, H&M, Home Depot, Marshalls, Nordstrom, petco, Publix, Staples and TJ Maxx among others.
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