If you are looking for a new job, Walmart is looking to hire over 3,000 new employees to expand their home delivery service.

I always thought UPS and FedEx would corner the market on making deliveries for companies, but with online purchasing and COVID-19 concerns, the world of delivery drivers and how goods get brought to your home is about to explode.

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In West Michigan alone, we have seen how Amazon has been growing their delivery service that started it out as a few trucks and vans and has now turned into fleets of delivery vehicles.

Walmart is the next of the retail giants to expand home delivery in a big way, not just in Michigan, but the whole entire country. Walmart has already placed orders to have thousands of electric delivery vans to be built so they not only can deliver the goods but also do it economically.

WOOD reported that Walmart already has 100 drivers that are servicing around 6 million homes but plan on expanding to 30 million by the end of 2022.

The in-home delivery has already begun for Instacart, Uber, and Amazon, and like Walmart, don't be surprised to see Meijer and other retail outlets expand into this market as time moves on.

If not too expensive, at-home delivery is a great option for senior citizens, people who are ill, or those, because of COVID-19, who don't want to get exposed or be around other people.

Walmart has been working on its in-home delivery since 2019 in Arkansas and is now looking to expand in every state in America. Walmart is giving customers the option to get their groceries delivered, and can even set up to where the groceries can get put right into your kitchen or garage.

If you are looking to get into a new career as a delivery driver for Walmart, you can apply here.

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