Target Is Hiring 120,000 People For The Holiday Season


Looking for some extra cash this holiday season?! Well you are in luck!

Target is looking to hire 120,000 employees to help make the shopping experience even better for customers throughout the holidays.

According to a press release, this is a 20 percent increase to their hiring efforts last year because, as the company succeeds, they’re looking for ways to give back to their customers and to their employees. The retailer is also extending the offer of working more during the holidays to their current employees, just in case they’re looking for ways to make more money and help more during the busiest part of the year.

“Coming off a strong second quarter, we’re anticipating a busy holiday season and want to make sure we have the right teams in place across all of our stores and distribution and fulfillment centers to deliver an exceptional experience for our guests. This always starts by having conversations with our current team members to see if they’re interested in working extra hours before making our seasonal hiring commitment,” said Janna Potts, chief stores officer, in a press release.

Of course, they’re expecting the 120,000 employees to be a big plus when things get busy, across many different departments.

“Adding 120,000 people to our current team will make the holidays easier and more convenient for our guests – whether they’re in our stores, picking up their drive up orders or having a package delivered to their home.”

Target will be looking to fill roles in stores as well as distribution and fulfillment centers. All hires will earn a $12 an hour minimum wage, as part of the company’s goal of increasing the minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2020, the press release states.

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