If you've been let go, laid off, or furloughed during the coronavirus crisis, there's still plenty of hope that you can earn a paycheck.
With customers clearing off the shelves, several of the nationwide grocery store chains are taking on staff to meet the demand.
Ralphs said they're immediately hiring new 10,000 workers, while parent company Kroger has already hired 2,000 and is looking for an additional 10,000. Albertsons/Safeway and Vons are reportedly doing the same.
Amazon has also put out the call for extra help, offering $2 more per hour above the normal wage until the end of April.
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