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Dollar General aims to hire 50K workers by Labor Day in latest recruitment push
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Dollar General has announced that it plans to hire 50,000 people between July and Labor Day – Sept. 6.
In a press release issued Wednesday, the discount retail chain says the company is looking to recruit workers across its 27 distribution centers, 17,400 retail stores, its Store Support Center in Tennessee and its private fleet of drivers.
The company release states Dollar General’s current hiring initiative aims to help "Americans get back to work as the country continues its transition out of the COVID-19 pandemic."
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Available positions include general warehouse, human resources, inventory control, maintenance, training and administration, regional directors, district managers, store managers, assistant managers, sales associates, Class A Commercial Drivers Licensed drivers and corporate roles.