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The coronavirus pandemic has shut Australia down. Not only is the healthcare system expected to be put under great pressure, but so is our welfare system and the national economy.
So far, nearly one million people have lost their jobs, and while the government has announced many stimulus and economic support packages, not everyone is able to access them or in a financial position to wait out the pandemic and shutdown measures, which are expected to last until June 29 in some states.
While many businesses have had to shut their doors due to the coronavirus pandemic, some companies are still hiring workers during this difficult time.
Woolworths has announced that it plans to hire up to 20,000 new staff.
Coles has announced that they plan to hire another 5000 workers across a variety of roles.
As many of us are now working from home and utilising our own home and internet connections, Telstra will be needing a strong team to manage customers requests. Telstra are offering up to 1000 temporary call centre jobs.
As more Australians are now relying on the welfare system to see them through the lockdown period of the pandemic, Services Australia will be hiring 5000 new jobs across Centrelink and Medicare.
Resource giant BHP is planning to hire 1500 new workers across South Australia, Western Australia, Queensland and New South Wales for its mining operations.
Domino’s Pizza is hiring 2000 ‘delivery experts’ to assist with the increased demand of home delivery over the coming months.
The NSW Government is looking to hire up to 1000 new roles across the entire state, while other state governments are looking to hire up to 5000 people to help process welfare applications and payments.
One of Australia’s largest banks, ANZ, is currently still hiring.
The professional cleaning sector is another area where jobs are popping up right now, as more businesses spend money on professional services to ensure the safety of staff and customers.