100 Employers with Over One Million Open Jobs

Report # 16: This job counts for each employer were found on September 21, 2020.

Find links to each employer’s website and their job postings below.

The jobs available range from Vice President to trainee and intern.

Each employer on this list has a minimum of 3,500 jobs open, with an average of over 11,000 jobs!

This list is not built from employer press releases. We search the internet to find the employers with the most jobs open.

100 Employers with 1,130,000 Jobs Open

The bolded employer names are new additions to this list this week:

🌞 = New addition
πŸ”Ό = More jobs than the last report
πŸ”ΌπŸ”Ό =MANY NEW JOBS added since the previous report

# Employer Sector Jobs   Trend
1 US Army * Government 99,562
2 McDonald’s Hospitality 59,945    πŸ”Ό
3 Amazon Retailing 51,264    πŸ”ΌπŸ”Ό
4 Pizza Hut Hospitality 38,110   πŸ”ΌπŸ”Ό
5 AutoZone Retailing 37,948
6 Walmart Retailing 34,415
7 CVS Health Health Care 33,882
8 System Transport Transportation 31,871   πŸ”ΌπŸ”Ό
9 Taco Bell Hospitality 26,976
10 Domino’s Hospitality 24,755
11 Home Depot Retailing 22,670    πŸ”Ό
12 Burger King Hospitality 20,920   πŸ”ΌπŸ”Ό
13 PetSmart Retailing 20,041
14 Speedway LLC Retailing 19,710
15 Lowe’s Retailing 19,417
16 Starbucks Hospitality 19,030   πŸ”ΌπŸ”Ό
17 Walgreens Food & Drug Stores 17,278   πŸ”ΌπŸ”Ό
18 Advance Auto Parts Retailing 16,005   πŸ”ΌπŸ”Ό
19 7-Eleven Food & Drug Stores 14,461
20 KFC Hospitality 13,392
21 HCA Healthcare Health Care 13,196    πŸŒž
22 Intuit Software 13,086    πŸŒž
23 State Farm Financials 12,593    πŸŒž
24 Panera Bread Hospitality 12,178
25 Arby’s Hospitality 12,113    πŸ”Ό
26 Medix Group Business Services 11,501   πŸ”ΌπŸ”Ό
27 Dollar Tree Retailing 10,726
28 Madison Allied Business Services 10,476   πŸ”ΌπŸ”Ό
29 Applebee’s Hospitality 10,112
30 O’Reilly Automotive Retailing 10,141
31 Casey’s General Stores Retailing 10,075
32 Safeway Food & Drug Stores 10,069
33 Army National Guard * Government 9,383    πŸ”Ό
34 Dunkin’ Donuts Hospitality 9,332
35 Target Retailing 8,868    πŸ”Ό
36 Wendy’s Hospitality 8,606   πŸ”ΌπŸ”Ό
37 Sam’s Club Retailing 8,578
38 Goodwill Non-Profit 8,367    πŸ”Ό
39 Jiffy Lube Retailing 8,364    πŸ”Ό
40 American Mobile Health Care 8,346    πŸŒž
41 Papa John’s Hospitality 8,189
42 Healthcare Services Group Health Care 8,097    πŸ”Ό
43 Buffalo Wild Wings Hospitality 7,936    πŸ”Ό
44 Foot Locker Retailing 7,835   πŸ”ΌπŸ”Ό
45 Wyzant Education 7,578   πŸ”ΌπŸ”Ό
46 Maxim Healthcare Services Health Care 7,416    πŸ”Ό
47 Food Lion Food & Drug Stores 7,398    πŸŒž
48 Olive Garden Hospitality 7,339    πŸŒž
49 Chili’s Hospitality 7,303    πŸŒž
50 Petco Retailing 7,123
51 Outback Steakhouse Hospitality 6,897    πŸ”Ό
52 Burlington Stores Retailing 6,625    πŸŒž
53 Planet Fitness Hospitality 6,543    πŸ”Ό
54 Compass Group Hospitality 6,044    πŸ”Ό
55 Michaels Stores Retailing 6,028   πŸ”ΌπŸ”Ό
56 TJX Retailing 5,849    πŸ”Ό
57 Pilot Flying J Retailing 5,830
58 YMCA Hospitality 5,804    πŸ”Ό
59 Massage Envy Hospitality 5,558
60 IHOP Hospitality 5,436   πŸ”ΌπŸ”Ό
61 Postmates Transportation 5,415    πŸŒž
62 H&R Block Financials 5,402    πŸ”Ό
63 JPMorgan Chase Financials 5,347    πŸŒž
64 Encompass Health Health Care 5,336    πŸ”Ό
65 Ross Stores Retailing 5,207    πŸ”Ό
66 Chick-fil-A Hospitality 5,207    πŸ”Ό
67 Spirit Halloween Entertainment 5,124    πŸŒž
68 Banfield Pet Hospital Health Care 5,115
69 CROSSMARK Business Services 5,115
70 Kroger Food & Drug Stores 5,112
71 United Parcel Service Transportation 5,081    πŸŒž
72 Securitas Business Services 5,078
73 Advantage Solutions Business Services 5,018
74 Deloitte Business Services 4,859    πŸŒž
75 Allied Universal Business Services 4,841
76 Albertsons Food & Drug Stores 4,757
77 Hibbett Sports Retailing 4,708
78 Red Lobster Hospitality 4,513
79 Tractor Supply Company Retailing 4,510
80 FedEx Transportation 4,417
81 Sodexo Hospitality 4,366
82 Chipolte Hospitality 4,299    πŸŒž
83 Aspen Dental Health Care 4,290    πŸŒž
84 Five Guys Hospitality 4,245    πŸ”Ό
85 Dick’s Sporting Goods Retailing 4,129
86 Right at Home Health Care 4,081    πŸ”Ό
87 T-Mobile Telecommunications 4,057    πŸŒž
88 GameStop Retailing 4,042
89 Boston Market Hospitality 4,010    πŸŒž
90 Winn-Dixie Food & Drug Stores 4,002
91 Brookdale Senior Living Health Care 3,953
92 UnitedHealth Group Health Care 3,828    πŸŒž
93 LifePoint Health Health Care 3,832    πŸ”Ό
94 Aramark Business Services 3,611
95 Extended Stay America Hospitality 3,711    πŸŒž
96 Mercy Health Health Care 3,573    πŸŒž
97 Home Instead Senior Care Health Care 3,734    πŸŒž
98 FRESENIUS Health Care 3,727    πŸŒž
98 Staples Retailing 3,686
100 General Dynamics Aerospace 3,519    πŸŒž

* Note that many or most of the jobs for the US Army and the Army National Guard may require enlistment in that service. The benefits of enlistment include training and, when on active duty, the pay is supplemented with housing, healthcare, insurance, and other benefits. Of course, in time of war, many of the jobs carry great risk. For more US federal government jobs, visit USAJOBS.gov.

These 100 employers are a very small sample of all the active employers in the USA currently.

Many of these employers have locations across the USA (and, often, the world), so they may be in your area, too. Look to see if similar businesses in your location are hiring, too.

Keep the following things in mind as you view the list of employers:

  •   Prepare for Pandemic Interview Questions  

    You must understand how the employer has managed this situation — how their business has changed and how they have protected their employees and customers. Ask them during, or before, the interview.

    You also need to be prepared to answer questions about how you have managed the situation, including if — and how — you have worked remotely. Read Interview Questions in a COVID Pandemic World for more details.

  •   The fastest way to land a new job is through an employee referral   —   not through an online application.

    As you are researching an employer before applying, you may connect with an employee who can refer you for a job.

    That employee referral makes you stand out among the vast crowd of people who apply anonymously. So, leverage your network (LinkedIn is helpful for this). Find people who work at one of these employers IF you want to work for that employer.

  •   Know that having many jobs open may not be a good sign about the employer.  

    Sometimes many jobs open means the employer is growing and expanding which can offer great opportunities.

    Other times, many open jobs may mean they have high turnover because they are not an ideal place to work, pay poorly, or are not well-managed.

    Check LinkedIn to see if any of your connections work for the employer (now or in the past). If you find people, reach out to see if they would be willing to discuss their experience with the employer (informational interviews). You may end up with an employee referral OR a good reason to find a different potential employer.

    Before you waste your time applying for a job, check out the employer’s website and also the employer reviews on sites like Glassdoor.com and Indeed.com.

    Landing, a job you will hate means another job search, too soon.

The Bottom Line:

Hopefully, you see many employers are hiring people and many different jobs are available right now. Try a Google search for “jobs near me,” and you will find jobs from employers who are local to you. To land your new job, read former recruiter Biron Clark’s article about networking during this pandemic, recruiter Ed Han’s article about how hiring is happening NOW, and then dig into LinkedIn to expand your network and to make your expertise more visible to the world. With a good LinkedIn profile, a good network, and some luck, your next job will find you.

Good luck with your job search!

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Susan P. JoyceAbout the author…

Online job search expert Susan P. Joyce has been observing the online job search world and teaching online job search skills since 1995. A veteran of the United States Marine Corps and a recent Visiting Scholar at the MIT Sloan School of Management, Susan is a two-time layoff β€œgraduate” who has worked in human resources at Harvard University and in a compensation consulting firm. Since 1998, Susan has been editor and publisher of Job-Hunt.org. Follow Susan on Twitter at @jobhuntorg and on Facebook, LinkedIn.
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