E-commerce related hiring is up almost 19% from last year, but Nordstrom is adding fewer seasonal workers overall.
Latin America’s Fertile E-Commerce Landscape Promises Long-Term Growth Potential
And E-Retailers from the U.S., Europe & Asia Are Scrambling to Increase Their Market Share
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