Walmart is looking for more than a few good people. More than 20,000, in fact.
Officials with the retail giant say they need more people to fill positions at their distribution and fulfillment centers, including order fillers, forklift operators, freight handlers, technicians and managers. Pay for the gigs, which will be permanent, starts at $20.37 an hour, they say.
“As our business continues evolving to meet the needs of today’s customers, having a robust supply chain is more important than ever,” reads a statement released by Walmart, which already employs more than 1.6 million Americans.
Is it better to be in a low-paying job that you love, or a high-paying job that you hate?