7 companies offering up to $30,000 in hiring bonuses today

According to a recent Glassdoor study, a higher salary can drive job seekers to move to a new city. And that’s precisely what companies are banking on when offering signing bonuses. For roles as wide ranging as nursing, truck driving, police officers and more, employers are forking over big bucks to get top talent to fill their open roles.

Here are seven companies offering enticing hiring bonuses for in-demand jobs. Apply now!

7 companies currently offering hiring bonuses
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7 companies currently offering hiring bonuses

Carilion Clinic 
Bonus Details: A comprehensive network of hospitals and practices, Carillon Clinic, is offering up to $30,000 sign-on bonuses for newly hired registered nurses in Roanoke, VA.
Hiring For: Registered Nurse RN – Coronary Care PCU, Registered Nurse RN – Cardiac Surgical PCU, Registered Nurse RN – Medical Surgical ICU & more.

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Taco Bell
Bonus Details: Taco Bell is hosting Hiring Parties as it looks to meet a previously announced goal of 100,000 new employees by 2022. The “Hiring Parties,” offer free food (Nacho fries and Watermelon Freezes), party games, on-the-spot job interviews, and gift-card signing bonuses.
Hiring For: Food Champion, Senior Manager of Marketing, Team Member, Email Design Developer, Food Service Team Member, Assistant Manager Trainee, Shift Supervisor & more.

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Bonus Details: “New $5,000 sign-on bonus for experienced drivers and $3,000 for recent CDL A Grads. And, with this Walmart Dedicated opportunity you will spend more time at home . You’ll earn great pay and get home daily. Plus, this is 100% No TOUCH freight. And with USX you will roll in some of the best equipment in the industry. We offer paid orientation, up to $7,000 in tuition reimbursement and a great starting CPM.”
Hiring For: Truck drivers & more.

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Palo Alto Police Department 
Bonus Details: CBS reports that the Palo Alto Police Department is struggling to hire and is offering large signing bonuses. “Facing a high shortage of officers last year, the department began offering a $25,000 signing bonus for experienced officers and $10,000 for officers who’d already gone through an academy.”
Hiring For: Police Officer, Police Officer Trainee & more.

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Florida Department of Corrections 
Bonus Details: In July, the Florida Department of Corrections announced$1,000 hiring bonuses for new hires at several institutions statewide. Certified new hires are eligible to receive up to $1,000.
Hiring For: Correctional Officer, Lieutenant, Academics Instructor & more.

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Bonus Details: Health insurer Anthem is offering sign on bonuses of $1,000 to $3,000 multi-state licensed nurses and case managers to work across the U.S.
Hiring For:RN I/II Nurseline 24/7, RN Medical Management Outpatient Utilization Management, RN Case Manager, RN-Nurse Appeals, Care Manager Behavioral Health Utilization Management, Community Outreach Manager & more.

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Fort Worth Independent School District 
Bonus Details: “The Fort Worth ISD is willing to do what it takes to hire – and keep – good school bus drivers. Starting immediately, the District will pay a $500 bonus to new bus driver hires who commit to one-year of employment. Also, both new and veteran drivers are eligible for additional pay when they have perfect or “almost-perfect” attendance. Starting this fall, drivers who complete 100% of their routes during the school year will receive an extra $12 per day. Drivers who complete 95% of their routes (that means they are only absent five days) will receive an additional $9 a day. The $500 “new bus driver” bonus will be paid at the end of the 2018-19 school year.”
Hiring For: Bus Driver, Latin Teacher, Social Studies Teacher, Payroll Assistant & more.

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