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Editor’s Note: This story originally appeared on The Penny Hoarder.
Amid a tight labor market, many employers continue to look for ways to counter staffing shortages and lure potential hires back into the workforce.
While some use creative benefits or work-from-home options as hiring draws, others hope to attract employees quickly with immediate cash in the form of a signing bonus.
Many notable, large corporations are offering sign-on bonuses — from $300 as a shift manager at McDonald’s to $3,000 as a customer service representative at AT&T and up to $10,000 as a baggage handler with United.
The amount of the hiring bonuses varies greatly across each company and does change. But a quick browse through a corporation’s career page can show you what’s available. Here’s what we found.
18 Companies Offering Jobs With Hiring Bonuses
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Some of the most notable companies offering hiring bonuses include:
- United Airlines
- Alaska Air
- Transit systems
- Local and state governments
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The communications giant has thousands of available positions…
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