In response to an unexpected surge in customer demand, businesses are posting job openings faster than they can fill them.
McCormick is looking for their very first "Director of Taco Relations," who will be paid $25,000 a month.
With higher vaccine distribution and mask mandates easing up, some jobs may ask workers to return to the office. But these industries are fine with remote work.
The email was intended to be sent to the store owner instead, and the company has since apologized for the incident in a Facebook Live after the message went viral.
The June report showed a rapidly recovering U.S. economy that was performing better than expected, unlike April's numbers, which fell over 700,000 jobs short of forecasted estimates.
A security system company hiring remote CCTV operators claims their business "provides 24 x 7 x 365 intelligent video-based surveillance and loss prevention services."
Along with a stipend to spend on pizza, the 50 lucky applicants will also get $500 towards travel expenses.
A supplements company is hiring a "chief thirst officer" to promote its brand on social media and will pay the chosen candidate more than $260 a day for two months.
With over 359,000 unfilled jobs, the U.S. has the greatest shortage of cybersecurity talent in the western world.
The Family Dollar store in Pittsburgh was closed earlier this week after the shop's two employees quit their jobs.
There are plenty of career options that don't require you to spend years in higher education, which can leave you in debt. Here are 25 high-paying jobs that don't require a college degree.
Rebecca Mix landed her dad a job at Costco after a year of unemployment, thanks to the power of Twitter and Craig Jelinek, the company's CEO.
A wine company is planning to appoint a "cabinet of summer," paying secretaries of the grill, the outdoors and athletics to share their adventures.
According to the dad, his teen son "loves every minute" of his job. Twitter, however, was not convinced.
Reynolds Wrap is hiring a "Rookie Griller" for a "once-in-a-lifetime opportunity" this summer.
Employment data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics showed a steadily improving situation.
The successful candidate will get to travel to three locations of their choice in the U.S. or Puerto Rico.
Some jobs may look easier than they are. But don;t be fooled, these roles require a lot of schooling.
Here's what the American Jobs Plan would mean across the country: 20,000 miles of highways and roads will be updated, failing bridges will be repaired or replaced and long-overdue upgrades to ports, airports and transit systems will finally happen.
Research shows happier employees are more productive and loyal employees. That's the guiding principle behind the "Most Loved Workplaces" list that The Best Practice Institute and Newsweek will debut this October.
Corporate America is going to have to come to terms with the fact that, at least for the short-term, large corporations are going to need to tacitly support the Democratic Party in order to help defeat a Republican Party apparatus that is bent on continuing to push an election narrative falsehood.
By setting the aspirations high in the American Jobs Plan's requirements, we can drive better projects from inception, while saving money on the federal, local and community scales for generations to come.
Chief operations officer Jerry Lee was the youngest Sr. Strategy & Operations Manager at Google, at the age of 24.
A sign on a Hardee's window said, "Due to no staff, we are closed. We are hiring," while a Wendy's sign simply said, "We all quit!! Closed!!"