Walmart is hiring and boosting the US economy with $20 per hour jobs

 

The nation’s largest employer Walmart has announced that it is expanding its workforce to improve its supply chain network which is growing. The huge hiring spree on November 3 and 4 will be launched in states across the nation. The big box store has said that it plans to fill in 20,000 permanent positions in supply chain management to improve its supply chain network.

Walmart has always looked to acquire firms that would bolster its growth and the recent employment drive is one more among its long chain of improvements to offer its customers better services in all categories. It has said that new hires could earn an average of $20 per hour.

The big box store has said that there are openings for the following roles:

Lift Drivers
Order Fillers
Shipping Loaders
Power Equipment Operators and more.

Walmart has said that the company considers these positions to be full-time. So, these workers will be eligible for healthcare benefits and more. The average wage will be $20.37 an hour.

Walmart is conducting a two-day hiring event at the following locations in central North Carolina

Henderson
Hope Mills
Mebane.

The events will be open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on

Wednesday—Nov. 3
Thursday—Nov. 4.

The giant retailer is not only hiring for these positions in North Carolina but also across states including

South Carolina
Indiana
Ohio
Virginia
Pennsylvania
New Hampshire
New York
Tennessee
Michigan
Mississippi
Kentucky
California
Florida and more.

Details are also available on the Indeed job website.

Walmart offers an equitable wage as well as several facilities. The company believes in internal promotion and many of their hourly wage workers join management after years of service.

They also offer educational loans and more to encourage employees to up skill and improve their salaries and job positions.

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