Seasonal Jobs Hiring Now

Holiday hiring is in full swing.

Seasonal Jobs Hiring Now

These companies are hiring for the holidays now.

If you've been googling "seasonal jobs near me" lately, you're not alone. Despite the great resignation and the so-called labor shortage, there is a big interest in seasonal jobs hiring this holiday season—and seekers like you are eager to take advantage.

A recent Monster poll found that an overwhelming majority (78%) of respondents plans to look for a seasonal job this year. However, a slight majority (55%) is expecting some type of perk to work during the Delta variant (i.e., increased wages, sign-on bonus, employee discounts). Employers are ready to respond with some great benefits ranging from increased wages to store discounts to signing bonuses.

Why all the attractive extras? Consulting firm KPMG surveyed 114 U.S. retail executives from companies the earn more than $500 in annual revenue and found that holiday sales are expected to be 7 percent higher this season compared to last year—and nearly double the retail industry’s historical annual growth rate. A big driver of that? An estimated 35 percent growth in holiday e-commerce sales compared to last year. A survey by Radial shows that 65 percent of consumers plan to spend the same amount or more online compared to 2020.

But online isn’t where all the action is. A Mastercard survey reports that in-store sales are expected to see a 6.6 percent growth rate compared to 2020, while a Consumer & Retail survey by Escalent says consumers plan to do an average of 48 percent of their holiday shopping in brick-and-mortar stores. This is, of course, helped by the many retailers that are expanding contactless buying options to try to get consumers to open their wallets.

That means warehouses are going to be very busy this season. Monster reflects the good news with a massive number of warehouse roles available across the country, including El Paso, TX; Syracuse, NY; Detroit; and many, many more areas.

Check our list below of the companies that have already announced their seasonal hiring plans.


1-800-FLOWERS is planning to hire 10,000 team members nationwide for seasonal positions across its gourmet foods and gifting brands—Harry & David,, Cheryl's Cookies, and The Popcorn Factory—including full-and part-time roles across key high-volume areas such as production, gift assembly, distribution, and operational support, with remote contact center positions also available.

Find 1-800-FLOWERS jobs on Monster.


Amazon announced that it will be hiring 150,000 new full- and part-time employees in the U.S. and Canada. All Amazon jobs in the U.S., including seasonal roles, have an average starting pay of $18 per hour, sign-on bonuses up to $3,000, and an additional $3 per hour depending on shifts in many locations.

Find Amazon jobs on Monster.


FexEx will hire 90,000 workers for package delivery, operations, warehousing, and retail jobs. The company offers team members the chance to grow and reach their full potential, thanks to excellent training, education assistance, career development programs, and a strong ‘promote from within’ culture.

Find FedEx jobs on Monster.


Koh's plans to fill both full- and part-time positions in customer experience, omnichannel fulfillment, and inventory management. New this year: Hourly store, distribution center, and e-commerce fulfillment center associates will be eligible to receive a hiring bonus for working with the brand through the holiday season.

Find Kohl's jobs on Monster.


Target announced plans to hire adding 30,000 new supply chain roles. As front-line workers, supply chain team members have received recognition bonuses and expanded benefits throughout the pandemic.

Find Target jobs on Monster.


UPS announced expectations to hire about 100,000 full- and part-time seasonal workers from October 2021 through January 2022. The company is filling full- and part-time seasonal positions—primarily package handlers, drivers, driver helpers, and personal vehicle drivers.

UPS has a track record of turning seasonal jobs into careers. Over the last three years, about one-third of people hired by UPS for seasonal package handler jobs were later hired in a permanent position when the holidays were over, and nearly a third of the company’s U.S. workforce started in seasonal positions before transitioning to full-time work.

Find UPS jobs on Monster.


Walmart announced plans to hire about 20,000 workers in supply chain roles. The jobs will be a mix of full-time and part-time, but will be permanent positions. They will range from order fillers to freight handlers at more than 250 distribution centers, fulfillment centers, and transportation offices. The average wage for a supply chain associate is $20.37 per hour.

Find Walmart jobs on Monster.

Find all warehouse jobs and seasonal jobs hiring now on Monster.

'Tis the Season to Job Search

If you're eager to connect to seasonal jobs hiring, consider Monster your helpful elf. Instead of waiting to hear reindeer land on your rooftop and a jolly man to come down your chimney, you can create a free profile on Monster today. As a member, you not only get job alerts emailed right to your inbox, which cuts down on the amount of time you’d spend combing through ads, but you can also get connected to recruiters who can help you find a great job. Let Monster add a little cheer to your job search this holiday season.