18 high-paying seasonal jobs that are hiring now
From Black Friday until New Year's Eve, in-store and online retailers scramble to ensure customer satisfaction and to create as much revenue as they can during the busiest shopping season of the year.
Increased foot traffic in stores and huge influxes of online orders often lead companies and retailers to hire seasonal employees to handle the extra work. Luckily for workers wanting to pick up extra money around the holidays, many of these seasonal jobs pay well, too.Advertisement
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Business Insider researched seasonal jobs that all pay more than $10 per hour, with some positions paying anywhere from $17 to $20 per hour.
Here are 18 high-paying seasonal jobs hiring now.
Air France is looking for seasonal passenger service agents for six-month positions.
Amazon needs seasonal delivery associates as it prepares for the most generous time of the year.Advertisement
Amazon is also on the lookout for warehouse team members — who could get paid more than $20 an hour.
As families get ready to celebrate the holidays, BJ's Wholesale Club hopes to fill produce clerk roles.Advertisement
Gift-wrapping associates are needed at Bloomingdale's this holiday season.
Costco has already started hiring season workers — and they're looking for a lot of them.Advertisement
Gap needs seasonal sales associates at locations throughout the US.
Perhaps the most irresistible job openings are at Godiva.Advertisement
Ahead of the holiday rush, H&M is looking for part-time seasonal sales advisors.
Ikea needs seasonal furniture quality associates to help keep its stores in top shape during the busy season.Advertisement
Even the New York Public Library is looking for seasonal part-time workers.
Nordstrom wants to find seasonal cashiers to assist shoppers in picking out the perfect gift.Advertisement
Northern Brewer has openings for seasonal warehouse associates — and is more than happy to reward its most reliable workers.
The Paper Store is on the hunt for some friendly, approachable sales associates for its northeast locations.Advertisement
Talbots needs extra workers in both its Massachusetts warehouse and in stores across the country.
Target has a lot of job openings ahead of the busy season.Advertisement
Meanwhile, UPS needs some part-time human resources supervisors to oversee a smooth season of deliveries.Advertisement