Top 10 Companies Hiring Managers This Week

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Wages have been stagnant for most jobs over the past decade. So if you're hoping to increase your salary significantly, your best option is to try to make the leap into management. Indeed, the average manager's salary is $108,570 -- or more than double the average salary of U.S. workers, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. So where are the opportunities? Who is hiring?

Here are the 10 employers with most management positions open this week:

1. Advantage Sales & Marketing: 2,633 managerial openings.

Advantage Sales & Marketing provides outsourced sales, merchandising, and marketing services to consumer goods and food product manufacturers and suppliers. Owning more than 65 offices in the US and Canada, ASM does merchandising for 1,200 clients -- including Johnson & Johnson, Mars, Unilever, Energizer.

Manager Review: "Great work life balance. There is a huge upside to working for such a strong brokerage, many clients."*

Find a managerial job now with Advantage Sales & Marketing.


2. The Vitamin Shoppe: 2,425 managerial openings.


The Vitamin Shoppe is a New Jersey-based retailer of nutritional supplements. They also operate stores in Canada under the name "VitaPath". The company provides approximately 8,000 different skus of supplements through its retail stores and over 20,000 different skus of supplements through its online retail websites.

Manager Review: "Customers are great, coworkers are great! Great Benefits, decent discounts! Monthly opportunities to receive a bonus (in management)."*

Find a managerial job now at The Vitamin Shoppe.

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3. Chipotle: 1,870 managerial openings.

Chipotle is known for its use of organic meats throughout its more than 1,500 restaurants, which are located in 45 states. Since having been founded in 1993, the chain has since exploded and now counts some 37,000 employees. It is a pioneer in the "fast casual" dining movement.

Manager Review: "Great people to work with and great sense of community, but at the time there was a lot of shifting and reorganizations that caused a lot of confusion. And sometimes people were place in roles that weren't the best fit."*

Find a managerial job now at Chipotle.



4. Enterprise Rent-A-Car: 1,828 managerial openings.

Enterprise is the largest rental care company in North America and operates over 900,000 vehicles worldwide, earning it the 15th rank on Forbes' "America's Largest Private Companies" list.

Manager Review: "Great experience and recognized as an excellent training program by outside companies. Can advance quickly if you hit your goals."*

Find a managerial job now at Enterprise Rent-A-Car

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5. AT&T Retail: 1,505 managerial openings.

Wireless giant AT&T continues to hire in large volumes, as many customers upgrade their smartphones and purchase tablets that require LTE data plans.

Manager Review: "Cutting edge technology, great opportunities for advancement, union representation for non-management."*

Find a managerial job now at AT&T.

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6. PNC: 1,500 managerial openings.
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Based in Pittsburgh, the regional bank operates over 2,700 branches in nineteen states and the District of Columbia. The company doubled in size in 2008 when it acquired National City, making it the fifth largest bank in the country.

Manager Review: "As a parent I am grateful for a company with a work life balance."*

Find a managerial job now at PNC.


7. Macy's: 1,346 managerial openings.Macy's Logo

The iconic department store is going strong after over 150 years of business, selling mid-price to high-end brands at some 800 locations across the country. Its headquarters are in Cincinnati, Ohio, but its flagship store is in the heart of Manhattan, N.Y.

Manager Review: "The management is competent. Employees are given a good discount and still able to use coupons. You can pick up more hours online when they become available."*

Find a managerial job now at Macy's.

Bakers Life and Casualty logo8. Bankers Life and Casualty: 1,295 managerial openings.

Founded in 1879, Bankers is a life and health insurance company that services the retirement market. It is based in Chicago, Ill., and operates in 275 offices nationwide. The financial company is a subsidiary of CNO Financial Group.

Manager Review: "Some very dedicated people that have been there for years that are very helpful and truly know how to work with others."*

Find a managerial job now with Bankers Life and Casualty.


9. Firestone Complete Auto: 1,209 managerial openings.

Firestone Complete Auto Care is a car maintenance chain that's part of one of the oldest American tire companies. There are more than 1,600 locations nationwide that, along with selling and servicing tires, also do repairs and other kinds of work on cars.

Manager Review: "Decent income if you're willing to put in the hours building relationships with people because you work with for so many hours."*

Find a managerial job now at Firestone Complete Auto.


10. UnitedHealth Group: 1,001 managerial openings.

UnitedHealth Group currently provides health insurance services to more than 75 million people worldwide and is the largest insurance company of its kind in the U.S. With the onset of states' participation in the Affordable Care Act, the Minnesota-based insurer "has remained especially vague on the number of systems in would participate in," says The Motley Fool, "placing the number somewhere between 10 and 25."

Employee Review: "There are lots of opportunity for growth, fair compensation and benefits. But the work/life balance was not quite "balanced." The company needs to filter invites to conference calls and meeting, so only the appropriate players are invited. They are a waste of time for the rest."*

Find a managerial job now with UnitedHealth Group.

*All employee reviews sourced from Glassdoor, a free jobs and career community that offers the world an inside look at jobs and companies. Reviews may have been edited for clarity.

Note: All openings are on CareerBuilder, an AOL Jobs sponsor.

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vigoddess

The smartest move companies can make is to hire managers instead of CEO'S.
Yes, the CEO'S make money for you and it's a fast buck, but at what price,and it's long term damaging end.
Great example. MSNBC started out great. It was in total competition with Fox News who rely on shock value and conservative differences. People were hooked into Wisconsin, a state that few people know outside of a VP and cheese. Ed Schultz brought the state to the media. A CEO came along who wanted to do some lobbyist a favor and moved Ed to a timeslot where people were coming through the door from work, after picking up the kids, and into dinner. The CEO's loaded Rachel Maddow's show with commercials to turn off viewers who do not watch
them anyway. We have more commercials now that is killing the media with drugs and cars, and every business that stinks like Mcdonalds, but the CEO's only see advertisers & money in smaller envelopes for bills.
Result: More people are going over to Netflex, PBS is expanding, and down the road, an extinct media
Sales Marketing has ruined almost all the culture in America, including books from publsihing, newspapers from advertisers going political, movies doing re runs, and the same car blowing up, with no story, and now the internet is also letting its CEO's do sales marketing because the billions made is not enough for money you can't even spend in several lifetimes. You are forced to watch an ad in order to see a video from a poster?
Better to have managers who see that the job is done to the best of ability, and is productive enough to offer a
decent profit., and with quality.

November 04 2014 at 2:29 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
chuckpitboss

whberl is basically right. The college kids normally don't have a clue unless they worked in the industry, as a worker , during their summer or other breaks. The one exception I feel is important is that a manager doesn't have to come from within the company but within the industry. The industry would know what is going on while the untrained or unknowledgeable kids would not.

October 05 2014 at 1:07 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Hola Tavo

THIS' 100% useless, ALL these employers experience very high personnel turnover, and thus, no future, GOOD LUCK.

September 17 2014 at 12:17 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Judge Davis

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September 12 2014 at 10:19 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
dexrmerritt

From the list of companies the market is flooded with managers from these companies, they might last a week with the title but about 2 hours with the pay...

August 26 2014 at 12:59 PM Report abuse +1 rate up rate down Reply
Iselin007

I think the problem here is too many chiefs and not enough workers. Ever see a 19 year old boss around somebody over age 50 it's pathetic. Time to reinstitute the draft and get these punks to the front line so if they want to hurt somebody they can, just not in the work place.

August 13 2014 at 2:19 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
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tyrik21

You have to embrace the youth, things change plenty of managers ceo's and even president are in power at a younger age more so then before. Its about the training programs these companies offer and retention rates that prove success

October 23 2014 at 12:21 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
MaryEaton

I am looking for a businesss in Albertville Al , that provides service's for seniors. Such as housekepping, cooking ect. Are ther any that will pay a family for being a caregiver to thier spouse ?

August 11 2014 at 12:17 AM Report abuse +1 rate up rate down Reply
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eleanor

There are many VNA's Companies who have a list of jobs they are searching for people for...My daughter is an RN, I broke my wrist and needed someone to come in and bathe me and clean my house...which they did 3 hours a week for me...The time was good as that is all I needed.....They are called Homemakers and Personal Care....so if you can find one of those close by to you...you will have a job...The Company will pay you not the Person themself....or the family...
Other than that you can look in your Local Newsaper, but be careful many scammers answer to people looking for work...Check it out...either way you will have employment...Good Luck!!

October 29 2014 at 11:14 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
eleanor

There are many VNA's Companies who have a list of jobs they are searching for people for...My daughter is an RN, I broke my wrist and needed someone to come in and bathe me and clean my house...which they did 3 hours a week for me...The time was good as that is all I needed.....They are called Homemakers and Personal Care....so if you can find one of those close by to you...you will have a job...The Company will pay you not the Person themself....or the family...
You can also go to the Elderly Services in your community or the Senior Center...the Elderly Services send people out from a VNA.....not always the same VNA...they have many that help send out Homemakers and a lot of help with bathing, food shopping, cleaning, taking to appointments etc...
Other than that you can look in your Local Newsaper, but be careful many scammers answer to people looking for work...Check it out...either way you will have employment...Good Luck!!

October 29 2014 at 11:19 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
ectullis

Speaking of managers OMG

August 10 2014 at 3:59 PM Report abuse +1 rate up rate down Reply
wbearl

Several years ago, the company I worked for had a strike. During the strike several managers were laid off. When they went job hunting companies wanted to hire them as managers with no expertise in what the company did. This was mind boggling, if you don't know a job, how can you efficiently manage it? Later I watched our company start hiring College Kids as managers (they were cheep labor). It was kind of entertaining to watch a Machinist with 20 plus years on the job, run a college kid in circles. All manager jobs should come from within the company, train and promote from within. After I retired the company decided the college kid route left a lot to desire, but after 10 years of not training or promoting from within they found they had no one to replace the college kids with. They tried to get some of the recently retired managers to come back and train replacements, but got no takers.

August 10 2014 at 9:15 AM Report abuse +3 rate up rate down Reply
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dickn2000b

I completely disagree. A manager's job is to manage, and a good manager should be able to do that in any company. I was a manager at NASA and took another manager position at a biomedical company, and then moved to a plant that manufactured batteries, and then to a company that manufactured tactical missiles for the government. I was successful at every position. And as far as your whining about kids as managers and how unfair life is...that's the way life is! We either make our own future, or fail in the attempt. I suspect you're one of the failures. BTW...the word is CHEAP...not cheep!

August 10 2014 at 11:46 AM Report abuse -2 rate up rate down Reply
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wbearl

I had to work as an hourly employee for a short time after the company started hiring managers instead of promoting from with in. One day, the Johnny come lately manager asked me how long it would take to finish changing the whippet valve. His crew had spent all day the day before on it. Funny, but there was no such thing as a whippet valve, so heaven only knows what his people did all day, he sure didn't have a clue.

August 10 2014 at 5:53 PM Report abuse +1 rate up rate down
ectullis

Affirmative action

August 10 2014 at 3:59 PM Report abuse +1 rate up rate down Reply
YAKOOB CHOHAN

yes great job
THANKS

June 12 2014 at 1:09 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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