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Atlanta -- The Home Depot plans to hire more than 80,000 temporary workers to help customers this spring, some 10,000 more than it hired last year.
The move comes as the housing rebound spurs spending on remodeling and landscaping.
“Spring is always a special season for us, when we can offer employment opportunities for literally tens of thousands of Americans,” said Tim Crow, EVP — Human Resources. "We find some of our best associates during our peak season, and many of them have built long, meaningful careers with us.”