Home Depot looks to fill 300 positions in Tucson - Tucson News Now

Home Depot looks to fill 300 positions in Tucson

Home Depot hopes to fill 80,000 positions nationwide. Home Depot hopes to fill 80,000 positions nationwide.
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Home improvement retailer Home Depot has announced it is looking to hire 300 associates in Tucson in preparation for spring, which it says is its busiest season.

Home Depot encourages students, retirees, veterans and reservists to apply.

Click here for more information and to apply: http://careers.homedepot.com

Once there, select "In-Store Hourly," enter your market name and click "Search."

Veterans and reservists can take advantage of Home Depot's online military skills translator, which can help match unique military skills to positions within the company. More information can be found at: www.homedepotmilitary.com.

Home Depot is hoping to fill 80,000 positions nationwide.

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