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Job Hunt: Amazon, JP Morgan, Oracle and Other Top Companies Hiring for Well-Paying Jobs

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Those who are looking for a high-paying job these days will find them in abundance as amazon, JP Morgan, Oracle, and other top companies are offering its prospective employees an annual salary of $50,000 or more.

According to Indeed, H&R Block, the tax preparation company based in Kansas City, heads the list. The company is at present looking for more than 5,000 tax professionals to fill various positions. At present, the company has more than 80,000 employees nationwide.

Best Buy comes in second place as it is looking forward to hiring around 3,000 employees across the country. The company was established in 1996 and was originally called the Sound of Music. From its humble beginnings, the company boasts of more than 125,000 employees around the world.

Amazon, the largest online retailer in the United States is looking for 2,854 employees to fill various positions that have a salary range of $50,000 plus. They are also hiring people for temporary positions during the holiday season.

The fourth spot belongs to the London professional services company Deloitte. At present, the company already boasts of 244,000 employees. The company continues to expand and is looking for 1,895 employees for various positions.

Global financial giant JPMorgan Chase proves that money remains the most important commodity in the world as it is looking to hire an army of 1,760 financial professionals. The finance world can be pretty stressful but an annual $50,000 paycheck is not bad.

It is also good news for system engineers and those in the information technology industry because Oracle is the sixth company looking forward to hire a lot of employees this year. The tech company is looking for 1,476 employees that have knowledge in cloud applications, platform services, and other related positions.

In seventh place is AT&T. The communications company wants to add more than 1,000 employees to its roster of 280,000 people.

At number eight is the embattled financial services company. Despite the scandal, it was involved in recent months, the company is still looking for 1,197 people to fill various positions. The mass hiring must've been the result of thousands of employees who got axed after the expose that they were involved in hacking the accounts of their clients.

Finally at number nine is the not-for-profit health service company Kaiser Permanente. Considered as the largest in the industry in the United States, Kaiser is hiring 1,140 employees across the country.

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