The spread of coronavirus is understandably making some workers anxious about their financial situation.
Supermarkets and online delivery services have been exceptionally busy during the coronavirus outbreak with delivery slots selling out at a faster rate than usual. Shoppers are describing the delays as "worse than Christmas".
Tesco has announced that it is hiring 20,000 new staff to meet the coronavirus panic-buying demand.
Morrisons says it is creating 3,500 jobs to help expand home deliveries to get groceries to vulnerable people.
Online retail giant Amazon is also hiring in the UK, as are food delivery services like Deliveroo, Just Eat and Uber Eats.
Self-employed and contract workers are reporting financial worries because of lost work as the virus continues to spread and some firms have made huge numbers of staff redundant as they struggle to cope with the impacts of staff and customers self-isolating.
Here we round up all the new jobs that are being advertised to help people who need extra work.
Which companies are creating new jobs?
The following companies have announced that they are boosting staff numbers to cope with extra demand from the coronavirus spread:
All other supermarkets - see online however these are actively recruiting.
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