Woman looks for a job after federal unemployment benefits end

Unemployment benefits will be ending in some way, shape, or form. If you still need to find a job, check out these three companies looking to hire thousands of employees.

Note: At Work It Daily, we are always looking to help professionals grow in their careers. Yet, we understand not everyone has the ability to look for their dream job right now. Paying the bills comes first.

With that in mind, here are some companies hiring right now to consider working for before you find the right job opportunity for you post-COVID-19.


InstacartFile:Instacart Logo.png - Wikimedia Commons

Instacart, the popular grocery pick-up and delivery service, is looking to hire 300,000 contract workers. COVID-19 has made heroes out of these contract workers, delivering groceries to all segments of the population who are especially vulnerable to the serious symptoms of the virus.

Think you could make ends meet by adding this contract job to your repertoire? Become a shopper today!


Lowe'sFile:Lowes Companies Logo.svg - Wikimedia Commons

People have been spending more time at home over the past few months, so naturally home improvement projects have spiked. Lowe's is looking to higher 30,000 employees—part-time, full-time, and seasonal.

If you enjoy watching HGTV and have customer service experience, a job at Lowe's could be perfect during this difficult time. Check out their careers page today!

Allied Universal

Allied Universal


Allied Universal is a leading security and facility services company that provides "unparalleled service, systems, and solutions to serve, secure, and care for the people and businesses in our communities."

From security to corporate support and field management positions, Allied Universal could have a great opportunity for you, depending on your skill set. Visit their careers page to learn more!

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