Top 10 Companies Hiring This Week

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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. UnitedHealth Group: 3,042 openingsUnitedHealth Group Logo

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.

2. UPS: 2,868 openingsunited parcel service logo

Known by its large brown delivery trucks, United Parcel Service delivers over 15 million packages per day. Headquartered in Sandy Springs, Ga., UPS competes with other carriers, such as FedEx and the U.S. Postal Service. The company employs approximately 350,000 in the United States, with another 67,000 around the world.

Employee Review: "I love getting to meet new people all the time and seeing all the different things that we import as a country. I also love the challenges of solving the problems of supply chain and getting items to the good old U.S. of A.."*

Find a job now at UPS.

3. The Vitamin Shoppe: 2,032 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.

Employee Review: "Good growth opportunities and stores opening all over the US all year 'round. Company based out of NJ, so more progressive policies on employment and benefits. Good vacation, health, and dental benefits. Above average pay from minimum wage. Good policies on customer service interaction as well. Focus on Customer service vs. pushing products."*

Find a job now with The Vitamin Shoppe.

4. Chipotle: 1,944 openings.Chipotle Logo

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.

Employee Review: "The people I work with are awesome and the food is good. It pays my bills and makes me laugh. The schedule is super flexible but It's a lot of work. If you're looking for something easy and laid back, keep looking."*

Find a job now at Chipotle.

5. Catholic Health Initiatives: 1,854 openings

Catholic Health Initiatives is a national, faith-based nonprofit health system with headquarters in Englewood, Colorado. Formed in 1996 through the consolidation of four Catholic health systems, CHI operates in 19 states and comprises 105 hospitals, including four academic health centers and major teaching hospitals and 30 critical-access facilities.

Employee Review: "Great recruiting team and culture. Friendly environment for all employees and visitors. Efficient processes."*

Find a job now with Catholic Health Initiatives

6. Hilton Worldwide: 1,787 openings

Hilton Worldwide is an American global hospitality company. As of March 2014, Hilton brands encompass 4,112 hotels with over 680,117 rooms in 91 countries.

Employee Review: "I love my job. I get to interact with great coworkers and guests, and it makes my job enjoyable. They do a good job of promoting within and fostering potential leadership in younger workers."*

Find a job now with Hilton Worldwide.

7. Firestone Complete Auto: 1,736 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.

8. Bankers Life and Casualty: 1,682 openingsBakers 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.

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.

9. Brookdale Senior Living: 1,428 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.

Employee Review: "There is a great sense of teamwork in there. The hours that we work are very flexible."*

Find a job now at Brookdale Senior Living.

10. Enterprise Rent-A-Car:
1,380 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.

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

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

*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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February 04 2016 at 6:46 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
The view

To all the complainers. Society cannot be blamed for your ineptness handling/saving for the future. Many overspend to show off and then DEMAND society hire them, just because of the AGE& education.. had you thought of the golden years when younger.. you would not be seeking to hired late in your life.. Any job is good and it seems the majority would not want to earn an HONEST 8-11 dollars and hour, why? it is honest.. Stop complaining and re think you spending and saving habits, if not stay unemployed.. someone will take the JOB you refuse because of low wages...STARVE.

October 02 2015 at 6:53 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

UPS Is NOT the great company everyone thinks it is anyway. The pay for drivers, etc. may be good BUT
management abuses the hell out of employees there. Plus, they hire a lot of scabs to take work away from company employees. When union employees contracts are up then they offer a lesser package 7 tell everyone It is BETTER
than the last. They lie right to your face & lack any kind of Integrity.

July 30 2015 at 5:04 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Me Me

As a brief reminder for those who forgot or for many that didn't know
Here is what happened, quietly, on January 1, 2015: 
Medicare tax went from 1.45% to 2.35%
Top Income tax bracket went from 35% to 39.6%
Top Income payroll tax went from 37.4% to 52.2%
Capital Gains tax went from 15% to 28% 
Dividend tax went from 15% to 39.6% 
Estate tax went from 0% to 55% 
A 3.5% Real Estate transaction tax was added. 
Remember this fact:
These taxes were all passed solely with Democrat votes.
Not a single Republican voted for these new taxes.
These taxes were all passed in the Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare
If you think that it is important that everyone in the U.S. should know this.
There are many millions who don't yet, then pass it on.

July 22 2015 at 9:02 PM Report abuse +3 rate up rate down Reply

Welcome to the so-called "recovery" after the 2008 recession. Look at the great jobs that are available!

1. UnitedHealth Group - You can be a customer service rep making a whopping $10-$11 an hour. Imagine a job where you can answer phones all day dealing with customer concerns, complaints and client issues! Yep. Great times.

2. Brookdale Senior Living - $8-$11 an hour caregiving jobs! Oh, boy! Abuse from management, being taken advantage of, doing the work of several people if your area becomes understaffed. No opportunities for advancement, few benefits if any, crummy health insurance too. Yep.

3. Firestone - $8-$10 an hour jobs selling or installing tires. Maybe if you're real lucky you can get $12 an hour if a management position is available.

4. UPS - While the wage for package handlers has increased to $10 an hour, ask yourself if you can truly afford to live on that. Most of the positions are also part-time with no benefits.

5. The Vitamin Shoppe - $8-$10 an hour low-wage part-time retail jobs.

6. Catholic Health Initiatives - Unless you go into nursing (which is not recommended due to the constant bullying, high stress, and having to wear many hats due to understaffing), the rest of the jobs are few and far between. The majority of the jobs are low-wage clerical or processor jobs.

7. Chipotle - More part-time $8-$10 an hour fast food work.

8. Hilton - $9-$11 an hour front desk or housekeeping work.

9. Enterprise - $10-$11 an hour front desk positions where you can answer phones, do customer service and even clean cars. Wow!

10. Bankers Life & Casualty - Selling insurance for commission only and no benefits. Great opportunity!

So give that associates degree you might have gotten in a field like medical lab technician or that MBA in Business Administration a pitch in the trash and try out for one of these great low-paying no-future jobs.

Happy 4th of July everyone - be sure to thank your fat cat politicians for making your freedom to live in poverty a reality!

July 04 2015 at 11:40 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
3 replies to snoopydance1984's comment

At the end of this article, AOL says "Reviews may have been edited for clarity." ?? ?? How about the clarity in the UPS writeup, where it says, "The company employs approximately 350,000 in the United States, ... It's begun gearing up for holiday deliveries with the hiring of seasonal employees, ..."
REALLY? UPS has begun gearing up for - what holiday??? At the end of April?
Could it be, May Day? Cinco de mayo? Decoration .Day? Samhain?

May 07 2015 at 1:37 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
1 reply to No2Spam's comment

Makes me think twice about UPS, except maybe full time year around drivers.

September 04 2015 at 11:03 AM Report abuse +1 rate up rate down Reply
Дмитрий Голавский

Another site that collects reviews of employees of companies is This is another point of view on the best and worst USA companies according to the staff

April 26 2015 at 4:44 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

Try being 61 with a Master's....and 2000 apps later in the Houston area...and so many responses...Thank you for applying eventhough your credentials are excellent...blah blah blah..and I am applying for 30K a year jobs....No interviews...nothing.....16 months of this BS..... People yell discrimination all the time....wait..till you are older.....that is the worst one....everyone will find out....

April 06 2015 at 12:46 PM Report abuse +3 rate up rate down Reply
2 replies to roy106's comment

Sad to say roy106 is correct, companies will do anything to find a reason NOT to hire you, no matter how good your past work history ! I'm 60,was Disabled for 10 years due to a failed spinal fusion,but it was a legit Failed Surgery Syndrome operation, so I stayed home and played Mr. Mom raising our 2 boys. I'm a retired cop, law enforcement is all I know, I never had any complaints filed against me and got along very well with the community I was well liked by other officers and "the Brass" at the 2 departments I worked for. So at age 59 I learned they were hiring dispatchers, being a police dispatcher was my 1st job, I did it very well and it was at the same department I had started my career at. When I was a dispatcher I did "ride a longs" with an officer I liked, he was happy to have me ride with him and we were considered good friends. Years later he became Chief. So at age 59 I applied for a 9-1-1 Dispatchers job at his department...think I was a "shoe in" for the job ? After all I performed the very same job many years ago, the years in between the dispatch job I was a cop for 25 years at another department. So basically I was very qualified, my back all fixed up and my general health was excellent, I aced the test and interview with 3 of the command staff, and the Chief knew me and knew my work ethic. So I was hired, right ? NOT, I scored 3rd from the top on a list of 200 applicants, worked there before, knew the Chief, etc.,etc.,weeks later I got a letter at home, no phone call or face to face visit...just a letter claiming I was on the waiting list due to my high score, that was 2 years ago, I never heard anything from them and frankly I have changed my mind, I don't want the job, too long a commute for a low salary, I'd be started out working night shift (11PM to 7AM) and obviously they didn't want a 60 year old guy working there (although they were smart enough not to say that).

September 04 2015 at 12:06 PM Report abuse +1 rate up rate down Reply

Age Discrimination is alive and well!! Thanks, roy106! I thought i was the only one experiencing it! I'm 49 and also have a Master's degree and 2 children. I lost my job in 2008 (along with my house and car in 2010) and am still trying to recover!!! I've worked at so many "temp" jobs just to feed my family, and also receive the "Thank you for applying, but ..." Even had to move out of my home state to take a job that is AWFUL, entry level with a manager who is younger than me and less educated, but am thankful to have a steady job with benefits!!!!

December 30 2015 at 1:30 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Anne Marie

Low paying jobs and no jobs for those of use over age 50! My friend, who has a Master's degree worked two low wage part time jobs because she searched for three years without finding anything and she is a whooping 46 years old! Maybe the administration and their croonies would lile to swap their salaries and take these!

March 06 2015 at 9:43 AM Report abuse +2 rate up rate down Reply

Wow! what a bunch of swell careers. america is back, "would you like fries with burger that Mr. China"?

February 20 2015 at 2:15 PM Report abuse +2 rate up rate down Reply

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