Are you looking for some extra holiday cast? Companies hiring seasonal workers are just the ticket if you’re on the hunt for a second part-time gig or just some seasonal work—and you won’t want to miss this list. Flexible job listing site FlexJobs notes that the number of companies hiring seasonal workers is on the rise—and there’s no time like legit right now to hop on board the trend.
So who is hiring? Check out these holiday happy companies that are rolling out red carpets for seasonal jobs.
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The Boston Red Sox might be the new World Champions, meaning baseball season is officially over—but Major League Baseball (MLB) is hiring for the holidays. Positions that MLB is looking to fill include social media support specialist, live content creator and video content creator.
Buying wine on the web is becoming a holiday staple. After all, shopping for your BFFs online is made so easy with this genius service. Look for positions including HR assistant and customer service representative.
Sending holiday flowers takes plenty of help. So what types of jobs can you expect from 1-800-FLOWERS? The online company is hiring for positions that include ales assistant, data entry and sales administration, as well as corporate sales representative.
The online marketplace is looking for some serious holiday help. Current job openings include marketing coordinator, customer experience coach and recruiter. And bonus, these are primarily remote, part-time and freelance types of work!
The craft store giant is hiring for the holidays! And that’s not a surprise. Come on, everyone wants a Pinterest-perfect holiday mantel. And you’ll need Michaels for that decorative display—and more! Michaels is hiring a reported 15,000 temporary employees for the holiday season. Not only do seasonal hires get a competitive wage, but they’ll also receive a 30 percent in-store discount.
The big red bullseye super-store is hiring a whopping 120,000 seasonal employees. These jobs include positions in the store as well as distribution and fulfillment centers. Along with a $12/hour wage, Target’s seasonal employees can also enjoy the company’s 10 percent in-store discount.
The upscale home goods fave is hiring a reported 3,500 work-from-home employees over the holiday season. These remote positions include 30- to 50-hour work week customer service positions. The current going rate for this job starts at a much-needed $12 and hour.
The mega-online retailer recently announced they’re giving all minimum wage employees a nice boost to their paychecks, raising minimum wage to $15 an hour. Amazon is reportedly hiring 100,000 seasonal workers, including positions in the company’s fulfillment and delivery facilities.
With all these seasonal job opps our their right now, there’s never been a better time to dust off that resumé!
Featured photo: Courtesy of Target