7-Eleven and Papa John’s both hiring 20,000 people

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Former NFL Star Cris Carter Delivers Papa John's Pizza In Phoenix, Arizona_487886

PHOENIX – SEPTEMBER 09: A Papa Johns team member readies a pizza for Cris Carter’s deliveryon September 9, 2010 in Phoenix, Arizona. (Photo by Mike Moore/Getty Images for Papa John’s)

TAMPA (Nexstar) – Looking for a convenient job, 7 Eleven is hiring over 20,000 new store employees throughout the country to meet the increase in demand for its products and services during the Coronavirus pandemic.

7-Eleven is committed to cleanliness, and hiring for these roles will not only help reinforce that fact by ensuring stores stay sanitized, but will also provide necessary products, services and job opportunities to American citizens in need.

7-Eleven Website

Need more bread, Papa John’s is also looking for new hires to meet the increased demand brought on by the rapidly spreading coronavirus.

The pizza chain is hiring up to 20,000 workers “immediately,” the Lousiville-based company announced Monday. In most cases, applicants will be interviewed and start on the same day, according to a report from Fox Business.

For anyone looking for immediate ways to earn an income, we’re making it quick and simple to apply, interview and be hired at Papa John’s

Papa John’s chief people and diversity officer Marvin Boakye said.

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