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Mar 05 2018
7 months ago
1:04 PM MDT

Need a Job? Lowe’s and The Home Depot Are Hiring THOUSANDS of Seasonal Workers

Mar 05, 2018 @ 1:04 PM MDT
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Spring is in the air! 🌸

If you’re a fan of The Home Depot or Lowe’s and are looking to make a little extra cash this spring or summer, you’re in luck! 💰

The Home Depot recently announced they are planning to hire 80,000 seasonal workers and Lowe’s is aiming to hire 53,000 in seasonal staff as both stores get ready to help customers who are interested in spring planning or home repair due to damage done by harsh winters in some areas.

Keep in mind that due to the nature of the job, you must be 18 years old to work any position at Lowe’s. However, candidates who are 16 and 17 years of age can apply for the following retail positions at The Home Depot: Store Support / Lot • Customer Service / Sales (Garden) • Cashier.

If The Home Depot sounds like the place for you, text HOMEDEPOT TO 52270 for a link to apply to local hourly job openings. You can even self-schedule your in-person interview as the latest in a series of improvements The Home Depot has made to its application process. Click here to learn more.

Prefer Lowe’s? Be sure to view their spring hire jobs. Gardeners, empty-nesters, students, freelance interior designers, veterans, stockers, and anyone who loves to help are all invited to apply to help with the three month spring rush.

Do seasonal employees get discounts?

At Lowe’s – YES! ANYTHING in a Lowe’s store or online will be discounted 10% for any Lowe’s Spring Hire employee – including clearance! And managers often surprise employees with lunch and snacks!

However, note that The Home Depot employees don’t receive discounts at The Home Depot. Instead, all employees get discounts from over 30,000 vendors (such as cell phone carriers, gym memberships, hotels, flights, laptops, etc.) and employees that work an average of 20hrs/week are eligible for select benefits.

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