Lost your job due to Walmart closure in Illinois? Here you can start afresh

Sam Writes

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Walmart needs no introduction. This American multinational retail corporation has been operating for a long time. A wide range of supercenters or hypermarkets, grocery stores, and department stores can be found all over the country. Some of them have been recently closed and the reason is said to be poor performance or insufficient profits.

The company was established by Sam and James "Bud" Walton in 1962 in Arkansas. With time, Walmart expanded its roots and became a leading American retailer. Now its stores are in almost all states, out of which several have been closed.

Walmart closure in Illinois

When the news of Walmart's closure came out, people living in Illinois were not so happy. The following stores have reportedly been closed (source).

  1. 12690 S. Route 59, Plainfield
  2. 17550 South Halsted St, Homewood
  3. 840 N. McCormick Blvd, Lincolnwood
  4. 2551 W. Cermak Road, Chicago
  5. 1511 Camp Jackson Road, Cahokia
  6. 4720 S. Cottage Grove Ave, Chicago
  7. 8431 S. Stewart Ave, Chicago
  8. 2844 N. Broadway, Chicago

Where to start afresh?

If you were working at any of these locations or another location that has now been closed, you might have lost the job. But there is no need to worry because the following Walmart alternatives are hiring.

1. Target

It is one of the major discount retailers. Target has multiple locations across Illinois and they are looking for a Guest Advocate (Cashier) in Chicago. Besides, they are looking for someone for Hourly Warehouse Operations.

2. Alibaba

Alibaba is an eCommerce giant. They have always given tough competition to Walmart and if you are in Illinois, you can apply at Alibaba to become a DevOps Engineer. The job pays around $150k a year.

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