In-demand retail jobs available now

Essential businesses like grocery stores and pharmacies have thousands of job openings.

In-demand retail jobs available now

Companies are expediting hiring to meet demands.

Contrary to what you may think, retail jobs are not going to simply vaporize thanks to online shopping. In fact, according to the National Retail Federation, brick-and-mortar stores account for about 90% of total sales. Whether you're a seasoned retail veteran or someone who is considering getting into retail, know that your customer service skills will never go out of style.

Each year, Stores Magazine ranks the top 100 retailers according to sales, and many of the names on the most recent list won't come as a surprise to anyone who has bought anything in the past decade-plus. The products and services these retailers offer to the public are plenty varied, from automotive and cosmetics to groceries and apparel—and everything in between.

That means there's a retail job with your name on it. Click through to see the full list of top retailers, plus their available jobs on Monster. And remember that new jobs are being added every day, so bookmark this page and check back often.

Top retailers based on sales

  1. Walmart
  2. Amazon
  3. Kroger
  4. Costco
  5. Walgreens Boots Alliance
  6. The Home Depot
  7. CVS Health Corporation
  8. Target
  9. Lowe’s
  10. Albertsons
  11. Apple Stores/iTunes
  12. Royal Ahold Delhaize
  13. Best Buy
  14. McDonald’s
  15. Publix Super Markets
  16. TJX Companies
  17. Aldi
  18. Dollar General
  19. Macy’s
  20. H.E. Butt Grocery
  21. Dollar Tree
  22. Verizon Wireless
  23. Kohl’s
  24. Yum! Brands
  25. Meijer
  26. Starbucks
  27. Ace Hardware
  28. Wakefern/Shoprite
  29. 7-Eleven
  30. AT&T Wireless
  31. Rite Aid
  32. Nordstrom
  33. Ross Stores
  34. BJ’s Wholesale Club
  35. Gap Inc
  36. Alimentation Couche-Tard
  37. Bed Bath & Beyond
  38. Menard
  39. JCPenney Company
  40. L Brands
  41. Qurate Retail
  42. Health Mart Systems
  43. Subway
  44. Hy-Vee
  45. Chick-Fil-A
  46. Burger King Worldwide
  47. Good Neighbor Pharmacy
  48. O’Reilly Auto Parts
  49. Southeastern Grocers (BI-LO)
  50. AutoZone
  51. Wendy’s
  52. Dunkin’ Brands Group
  53. Giant Eagle
  54. Wegmans Food Market
  55. Sherwin-Williams
  56. PetSmart
  57. Darden Restaurants
  58. Dick’s Sporting Goods
  59. Tractor Supply Co.
  60. Sears Holdings
  61. WinCo Foods
  62. Army & Air Force Exchange Service
  63. Staples
  64. Save-A-Lot
  65. Dine Brands Global
  66. Ulta Salon, Cosmetics & Fragrance
  67. Bass Pro
  68. Burlington
  69. Ascena Retail Group
  70. Domino’s Pizza
  71. Dillard’s
  72. IKEA North America
  73. Office Depot
  74. Foot Locker
  75. GameStop
  76. Sephora (LVMH)
  77. Wayfair
  78. AVB Brandsource
  79. Panera Bread Company
  80. Williams-Sonoma
  81. Big Lots
  82. Hobby Lobby Stores
  83. Sprout’s Farmers Market
  84. Speedway
  85. Signet Jewelers
  86. Defense Commissary Agency
  87. Academy Sports & Outdoors
  88. Saks Fifth Avenue / Lord & Taylor
  89. True Value Co.
  90. Chipotle Mexican Grill
  91. Discount Tire
  92. Michaels Stores
  93. Camping World
  94. Exxon Mobil Corporation
  95. Neiman Marcus
  96. Jack in the Box
  97. Sonic
  98. Belk
  99. Shell Oil Company
  100. Stater Bros Holding

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Ready for retail? Do this next

Obviously the jobs are plentiful, but that's not the challenge for job seekers. You need to get your application in front of hiring managers before you can make any sales. Could you use some help with that? Join Monster for free todayAs a member, you can upload up to five versions of your resume—each tailored to the types of retail jobs that interest you. Recruiters search Monster every day looking to fill top jobs with qualified candidates, just like you. Additionally, you can get job alerts sent directly to your inbox to cut down on time spent looking through ads. Think of it as the express checkout lane for your career.