1. Macy’s & Bloomingdales – From Macy’s website: Seasonal associates at Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s serve customers on the selling floor, work in store operations, interact with customers via the telephone in call centers, and staff the distribution and fulfillment centers that coordinate shipments to stores and directly to customers who buy online. Most of the positions are part-time, often with flexibility to fit your availability. Many positions require working evenings, weekends, or even overnight. Click here to apply for Macy’s seasonal jobs.
2. The IRS also hires for seasonal work – The Internal Revenue Service seasonal jobs include Data Transcribers, Clerks, Tax Examiners or Contract Representatives during tax filing season, January through May. To apply for IRS seasonal work, click here.
3. UPS has 90,000 to 95,000 seasonal jobs to fill this year. These jobs include package sorters, loaders, delivery helpers and drivers. Positions are available throughout the United States. Visit the UPS website to apply.
4. UPS isn’t the only delivery company gearing up for the holiday season. Fedex plans to hire 50,000 workers for seasonal jobs. Positions include drivers, loaders, and package sorters. Visit Fedex.com to apply.
5. Peak season for online giant, Amazon.com, begins in October and lasts through the end of the year. Amazon’s Seasonal Fulfillment Associates are on the front line sorting and filling customers’ orders. To read about Amazon’s requirements and to apply online, click here.