The pandemic has left many without a job, and Sheetz is hoping to help.
According to a release sent out on Tuesday, the restaurant and convenience store chain plans to hire 3,000 people companywide.
Sheetz plans to add full-time positions in stores and food operations, distribution services, construction and maintenance as well as corporate departments.
“The health and well-being of our team members and customers continues to be our top priority amid COVID-19,” said Stephanie Doliveira, the vice president of human resources for Sheetz. “As an essential business, Sheetz has been committed to staying open to serve the needs of the community.”
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