Are you looking for a job? Here are places looking to hire for the holidays.

Are you looking for a new job or seasonal work? Major retailers across the United States have started hiring to keep up with the holiday rush. 
Many companies are also offering perks like more pay, bonuses, flexibility and reliable hours during the holidays.
Some retailers are even announcing permanent hiring plans rather than seasonal ones. 
However this year, recession fears may limit the need for seasonal workers. Global outplacement and business and executive coaching firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas, Inc. predicts retailers will add 680,000 workers during the 2022 holiday season, down from the 700,000 the firm predicted last year.
Here are some of the companies hiring:
1-800-Flowers: The company announced plans to hire more than 8,000 team members nationwide for seasonal and year-round positions across its gourmet foods and gifting brands as it prepares to meet holiday and year-round demand. 
Aldi: The supermarket has seasonal job openings available on its website.
Amazon: The company announced that it will hire 150,000 full-time, part-time and seasonal employees across its warehouses ahead of the holiday season. Seattle-based Amazon said workers can earn an average pay of $19 per hour, based on their position and location within the U.S.
Dick's Sporting Goods: The sporting goods retailer is planning on hiring 9,000 seasonal associates. Some of the employee perks include up to 25% discount.
FedEx: The company has not yet announced a hiring target for this year, however it recently announced a number of cost-cutting moves, including grounding planes and trimming staff hours. 
Kohl’s: Kohl's is looking to add approximately 90,000 jobs for the holidays. New this year, hourly store, distribution center and e-commerce fulfillment center associates will be eligible to receive a bonus ranging from $100 to $400 for working with Kohl’s through the holiday season. 
Macy's: The retailer set a target of 41,000 hires for this holiday season, down from 76,000 last year.
Michaels: The crafts retail chain is looking to hire over 15,000 seasonal positions across the U.S. and Canada.
Target: Target announced it wants to hire 100,000 seasonal workers, matching last year’s goal.
UPS: Just like in 2021, the company is looking to hire more than 100,000 essential seasonal employees to support the anticipated annual increase in package volume. The company says that nearly 80% of seasonal positions do not require an interview.
USPS: The United States Postal Service is hiring 28,000 seasonal openings, including mail carriers, mail handlers and drivers. The agency is also hiring for year-round positions, like sales associates.
Walmart: Walmart aims to hire 40,000 workers ahead of the holiday shopping season, down from 150,000 last year. This year, the company said it would offer current employees extra hours, before filling roles. Walmart employee perks include health care and college tuition.