Instacart to add 300,000 gig workers in coronavirus-driven hiring

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Instacart to add 300,000 gig workers in coronavirus-driven hiring

Doubling its current base, as demand surges for grocery delivery services.

Instacart said on Monday it plans to hire 300,000 gig workers over the next three months, more than doubling its current base, as demand surges for grocery delivery services due to the coronavirus pandemic forcing people to shop from home. The hiring is huge compared to those announced by major ...

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