The companies desperately seeking thousands of new staff NOW despite ...

The companies desperately seeking thousands of new staff NOW despite the coronavirus pandemic - here's where you need to apply Australia Post has 4000 jobs available over the Christmas and new year period BWS and Dan Murphy's are looking to hire about 1,000 new Australian workers Delivery company ANC Delivers has 250 available positions in all capital cities Courier and logistics service Drive Yello has 2000 jobs for drivers and riders 

By Alana Mazzoni For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 23:00 GMT, 26 October 2020 | Updated: 23:00 GMT, 26 October 2020

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Companies from Dan Murphy's to Australia Post and BHP are desperately seeking seeking thousands of Aussie workers over the Christmas period as the COVID-19 pandemic rolls on.

Australia's unemployment rate hit 6.9 per cent in September following months of business closures amid the economic downturn of the coronavirus crisis.  

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Last month the JobKeeper scheme, aimed at subsiding wages for workers whose businesses were shut, was reduced to $1,200 per fortnight for full-time workers and to $750 for people working 20 hours or less per week. 

For those keen to get back into work, Daily Mail Australia has found the major companies looking to hire thousands of workers within weeks. 

Australia Post 

Australia Post is going on a hiring blitz ahead of the Christmas rush, with $4billion estimated to be spend on online purchases this festive season. 

'We're looking to employ 4,000 people throughout the next three months to support us through the peak period and throughout the Christmas period to help deliver on the huge demand,' Executive General Manager Sue Davies said earlier this month.

Where to apply: https://auspost.com.au/jobs

Australia Post is going on a hiring blitz ahead of the Christmas rush, with $4billion estimated to be spend on online purchases this festive season

Australia Post is going on a hiring blitz

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