Top 10 Companies Hiring This Week



A job search can get quite frustrating these days, with so many people competing for too few openings. To ease the burden, AOL Jobs tracked down the 10 top companies that are hiring this week. From sales jobs to finance positions, full-time to part-time, these employers have a plethora of openings they're looking to fill.
Good luck job hunting!

1. Advantage Sales & Marketing: 4,113 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.

Employee Review: "Long lasting business, able to adapt to changes in market. Well thought out benefits plan, and flexible time off for both vacation and illness."*

Find a job now with Advantage Sales & Marketing.


2. Firestone Complete Auto: 4,002 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.

Employee Review: "Higher than average compensation for retail, good camaraderie with co workers. Nice working for large company that you know will be there tomorrow. "*

Find a job now with Firestone Complete Auto.


Macy's logo3. Macy's: 3,705 openings

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.

Employee 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 job now with Macy's.


4. UnitedHealth Group: 3,635 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: "Good, steady work. Great learning opportunities. Very little favoritism, you get ahead based on your own work. Work at home opportunities help on commuting costs. Great work-life balance, ample vacation time."*

Find a job now with UnitedHealth Group.


5. Liberty Tax Service: 3,497 openings

Liberty Tax Service of Virginia Beach, Va., started with five offices in the U.S. in 1998 after originating in Canada a year earlier. The tax-preparation service now has thousands of franchises across the U.S. and was named in 2012 as No. 7 on Forbes magazine's list of "Top 20 Franchises for the Buck."

Employee Review: "The training you receive will be useful in both a personal and professional capacity the rest of your life. They are a very flexible company with great values. ... Its seasonal employment ... other than the office manager."*

Find a job now with Liberty Tax Service.


6. ResCare: 3,449 openingsResCare logo

ResCare is the nation's largest disabilities services and senior care provider. Employing over 46,000 people, the Louisville, Ky.-based human services company education, vocational training and job placement for people of all ages.

Employee Review: "Loved my co-workers in the nursing department, loved taking care of the residents and getting to know them as individuals."*

Find a job now with ResCare.


7. AT&T: 2,885 openingsAT&T Logo

Wireless giant AT&T continues to hire in large volumes, as many customers upgrade their smartphones and purchase tablets that require LTE data plans. It recently announced that it will be adding more wireless subscribers than expected.

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

Find a job now with AT&T.


Bakers Life and Casualty logo8. Bankers Life and Casualty: 2,746 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.

Employee Review: "For someone who wants a second career after the first big one, with more freedom, flexibility, etc. this is the place!"*

Find a job now with Bankers Life and Casualty.


Verizon Wireless Logo9. Verizon Wireless: 2,615 openings

Verizon Wireless operates the largest mobile network in the United States. The Basking Ridge, New Jersey-based company is a subsidiary of Verizon Communications and Vodafone, although Verizon announced in September that it agreed to buy Vodafone's 45 percent stake in the company for $130 billion. Expected to close in the first quarter of 2014, it is the third largest announced deal in the world, Reuters reported.

Employee Review: "The company has top drawer benefits for all employees and on the peer level, employees are united and very close knit, like family."*

Find a job now at Verizon Wireless.

PNC Logo
10. PNC: 2,540 openings

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.

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

Find a job now with PNC.

*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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Iselin007

The guy that services the Dial up node in Manhattan live across the street from me. Since Verizon cut back on the techs there are only a few people repairing the node in Manhattan.
I had the Motorola Micro-Tac with the LED Screen in the Mid 1990's.At $35.00 plus and a $1.00 a minute it was too much so I ended that contract.

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Iselin007

I don't know whether I should trust Firestone Sevice Centers. One time I went there for a flat tire an the service guy checks my car out then tells me I need a whole front end job done. Funny I said to the service guy, an showed him a bill for the front end work I had done somewhere else only a few weeks earlier. The service guy was red in the face because he tried to scam me.

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point6000

duh.

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myerschap

NEAT AND GOOD SHOW, BUT I'M RETIRED AND AM NOT LOOKING FOR WORK

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Debbie Schneider

I have found that age discrimination is everywhere I apply. I am very qualified for the jobs I applied to and they always hire someone very young and inexperienced. They never tell you it's your age, but it is. A month later the same job is open again,,,,I wonder why?

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Iselin007

A lot of the recruiting is done by desperate young and biased people who careless about what the law says in hiring. People are scared for their own jobs. Computers scan out certain people. With some 4 million job openings imagine job seekers having to renew their Online application every 30 days. The paper applications had to be shredded but with digital technology they can scan them out and delete them.

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mikesells4u

Isn't it just a little suspect that the comments on this article go back to 2011?

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Iselin007

Some people have been looking for jobs going back to 2009 that's why there are over 91 million people age 16 and over, classified as not in the labor force. Thanks to all the part time crapola the recovery is going to end up turning into a fill blown depression. You think these employers would have ytheir hands full just with returning veterans. They must be looking for something else because with 4 million job openings most of the employers can't find anyone good enough to work for them unless the applicants are on a visa!

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CHUCK

They should be in Atlantic City recruiting.

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Iselin007

I heard that state was planning on sending the casino's unemployed to school for cross training in the gaming industry skills so they could work in a casino in some other state. Sounds like a scam to keep the unemployed in school so they don't cause the unemployment rate to go up. Most of these retraining courses do little because employers want cheap young labor on visas from over seas and scoff at hiring any older workers for entry level jobs.

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mgbsecteacher

Iselin: The same is true about employment in education. They put on a front about not discriminating but they are the biggest discriminators of them all. There are tens of thousands of unemployed teachers and its a buyer's market. They want them fresh out of college so they don't have to pay much and then not give them tenure after three years so as not to pay them more. They will hire more new graduates. Teaching is the worst profession.

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Iselin007

I remember a forprofit school called Cittone, they had job fairs for grads from the school. Most 0of the employers never showed for the job fairs an the ones that did basically didn't have any jobs they just wanted to sell their phone contracts and drum up business. Even the school wasn't hiring their own grads but they hired an illegal alien who had worked across the street from the school at a limosine service,who was waiting for her work visa! What a joke the school turned out to be. A lot of the teachers didn't have actual degrees. The schools take the grant money and the state gets to keep you from pushing the unemployment rate up because your in school!

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Iselin007

We heard there are over 4 million job openings but most can't be filled according to the recruiters or representatives for the companies. So post your dribble because right now people don't want to falsely get their hopes up. Most people aren't going to move just to find out they don't have a job or can't afford to. The system is going to collapse because this kind of hiring doesn't work out.

You can't play games with peoples lives and the real consumer economy exposes just how bad it is.

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Iselin007

Employers often use discriminating policies to reject older workers. Older workers can have job gaps due to discrimination because they are first to be let go. Often their reverences have left the companies they once worked for or may have even died.

I offer you my ancestrial tree that goes back to the 10th century and probably more because it goes back further than the five and 10 years asked for by employers. I figure since they need to over due the job interview just to find fault they might as well go back to the medieval ages of serfs.

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