Don’t waste your money: jobs are coming back
With unemployment benefits soon running out, the good news is that many companies are hiring this spring. Here are some of the most open businesses today.
Morgan Baylor, like many other restaurant workers, found herself in the unemployment line last April. “During quarantine, a lot of people were out of work. Lots of restaurants have been done, ”Baylor said. But now she’s back to work.
Next to the hospitality industry, restaurants were among the businesses hardest hit when it closed last year. Owner and chef Jose Salazar said now is the time to apply for a job in the restaurant business. “Everyone in our industry is hiring right now. It is actually difficult to find people to work, ”said Salazar.
So, with the help of the job board, monster.com, here are some of the fastest returning jobs in 2021. “At Monster, we are seeing a comeback in recreation, accommodation and hospitality jobs. catering, ”Monster.com’s Vicki Salemi mentioned.
You will currently find the most listings in hotels, restaurants and nursing, which were hit hard last year when elective surgeries and doctor visits ceased.
Next is construction, especially housebuilding in this hot home buying market. Next is shipping and logistics, moving the goods from point a to point b.
“We’re looking to hire a thousand people across the country,” Total Quality Logistics President Kerry Byrne said. Total Quality Logistics is the second largest freight brokerage in the country. They need sales people, accountants, freight bookers and more.
After shipment, airlines rehire pilots, flight attendants and employees at the gates. Then Information Technology, Computing Finally, daycare centers as home workers return to the office.
Morgan Baylor is delighted to be working again. “It’s only going to go up from here,” Baylor said.
“I believe we can make things happen if we try hard enough,” said Salazar.
With some states ending unemployment benefits in June and others in September, now is a great time to look for work, so you don’t waste your money.