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09.09.2015
For many weary out-of-work Americans, the upcoming holiday season brings the potential for much-needed seasonal jobs. Employment-services firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas forecasts retail payrolls to increase by 700,000 during the final three months of 2012, up from the 660,200 seasonal jobs added during last year's fourth quarter. Large retailers have started announcing their hiring plans -- some of them quite ambitious. The department store operator announced it September that it would ramp up holiday hiring by more than 10 percent from last year to support its business in stores and online.
Retailers expect a modest increase in sales (and thus aren't on a massive hiring binge), Challenger CEO John Challenger says.


In fact, CBS News reported this week that consumer confidence is at its highest level in seven months, largely because more Americans expect the jobs picture to improve.
If you're in the market for a seasonal job, check out the gallery below to see who's hiring. It needs plenty of additional workers to help fill orders and keep products moving through its warehouses nationwide. The Seattle-based company, which is unveiling a new line of Kindle-brand electronic readers and tablets, also plans to add 2,000 new jobs at three new distribution centers to help deal with demand driven by the new devices. The company also expects to add about 5,700 seasonal positions at distribution centers and more than 30 seasonal credit operations jobs.


The Minnesota-based company plans to add 80,000 to 90,000 seasonal jobs, down a bit from the 92,000 it hired last year. The boost in seasonal hiring is helping to contribute to what analysts say is the best year of seasonal-job creation that the U.S.



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