With thousands of Americans out of work or expected to be laid off in the coming days and weeks, these companies are still hiring as they see an influx of customers during the coronavirus pandemic. Here are four companies that are currently looking for workers.


ALDI is hiring warehouse workers and store workers as it looks to keep up with demand from consumers that are stocking up on food and supplies. The company has over 4,000 positions posted on its website, including many seasonal jobs.


Amazon is looking to hire 100,000 new full- and part-time positions in the U.S. at its fulfillment centers and in its delivery network. The company said the significant hiring spree is part of an effort to meet the surge in demand during the coronavirus outbreak.


Texas-based H-E-B is looking for temporary workers to help the company serve its customers through “every challenge.” The grocery chain said it is looking for short-term support for its locations, with positions as stockers and checkers available.


Kroger is hiring immediately for a variety of positions at its stores, as it looks to keep up with the increased demand in consumer spending. The company has openings at a number of its store locations, including stockers, retail clerks, and department leads.

The Kroger Co. logo is seen on a shopping bag at a supermarket in Peoria, Illinois, June 12, 2012. Daniel Acker/Bloomberg via Getty Images