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. Enterprise Rent-A-Car: 1,783 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


2. Chipotle: 1,570 managerial openings.Chipotle Logo
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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.


3. The Vitamin Shoppe: 1,528 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.


4. Advantage Sales & Marketing: 1,460 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.


5. Aflac: 1,449 managerial openings.

The Columbus Ga.-based company is the largest provider of supplemental insurance in the United States. It made Fortune's annual "Best Companies to Work For" in 2014.

Employee Review: "Aflac is a green company that puts effort into creating a fun and supportive work culture. It also values input from ground level employees"*

Find a managerial job now at Aflac.


6. H&M: 1,419 managerial openings.

H&M is a Swedish retail-clothing company. It exists in 57 countries with over 3,500 stores, and as of 2015 employed around 132,000 people. It is ranked the second-largest global clothing retailer.

Manager Review: "Great pay, benefits, and development in a diverse, environmentally concious company."*

Find a managerial job now at H&M.


7. UnitedHealth Group: 1,213 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.


8. Bankers Life and Casualty: 1,014 managerial openings.Bakers Life and Casualty logo

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. Brookdale Senior Living: 978 managerial openings.

Brookdale is the largest owner and operator of senior living communities throughout the United States, operating over 570 senior living communities and retirement communities in the US. They have 35,000 staff members and 55,000 residents.

Manager Review: "You can concentrate on growing relationships with families that are looking for guidance and community partners that will assist you in getting the word out on your community."*

Find a managerial job now with Brookdale Senior Living.


10. Firestone Complete Auto: 937 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.

*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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misrhodes1

Good morning! ;-)

April 21 2015 at 9:16 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Deborah

T=Its still just an Obamanightmare

January 19 2015 at 10:17 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
ajt1025

All high paying jobs I see.

January 19 2015 at 7:57 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Gail

Imagine that.......A health care company hiring! Follow the money folks!

January 18 2015 at 11:04 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
americanmade88

I work for Lowes and I like the job but , the fact that you have to work 5 days a week only to get 25 hours is crazy . Id like to get my 25 hours a week in 3 days and be done with it .....It is extremely hard to get full time and its also hard to get another job with the way they schedule you to work ....I mean come on ...

January 18 2015 at 8:37 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
ponypkg5

Cannot add ANYMORE except: Agree, Agree, Agree!!!!!!! with 99% of comments posted.

Good luck to us all.

January 18 2015 at 6:28 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Marian

Like Orogemma, I have filled out more applications online with no response except getting annoying calls from the education ads even though I say No I dont want to continue my Education....And the stupid questionaires they make you fill out that literally has nothing to do to with the job itself... Waste of time... To Blindskeeter, It is not just insurance companies that think people are slaves, Kroger is one of the worse. They pulled a sting operation claiming I sold cigarettes to a minor when I did
NOT and fired me with no union representation.. I had worked with those azzes for 6 1/2 years....Now Im lookinf for a decent job....every hard.....

January 18 2015 at 5:55 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Marian

Im not going to pay some one to work for them.... they are suppose to pay me for doing their job.... No wonder it is hard to find a decent job....

January 18 2015 at 5:34 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
mawpaker

From what I've observed having Enterprise on site in our business, is that "manager" is merely a honorary title. Most can't manage to tie their shoes, let alone an office location. Turnover appears to be tremendous. As well, it should, the compensation is horrible. I wouldn't rent a car from this company knowing how poorly they treat their employees, let alone maintain their vehicles. (that's an entirely different thread).

January 18 2015 at 4:46 PM Report abuse +1 rate up rate down Reply
savannahswithgod

Oh I thought the insurance was going to be Ky Farm Bureau which is 'big on commitment'. I was going to get a job there since they cancelled me insurance on the old homestead after having it for 40 years and see if I could make them go under.

January 18 2015 at 4:43 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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