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Domino's plans to hire 10,000 workers as demand grows amid coronavirus

Domino's Pizza Inc. is planning to hire about 10,000 workers nationwide as the company looks to ramp up its service during the coronavirus pandemic, CNBC reported March 19.

The company said it is hiring full-time or part-time positions including delivery drivers, pizza-makers, customer service representatives and managers as well as licensed truck drivers for its supply chain centers.

The Michigan-based pizza company's decision comes at a time when traffic to restaurants in the U.S. and other countries fell drastically during the first two weeks of March over coronavirus crisis. The U.S. National Restaurant Association estimates that the restaurant industry could sustain at least a $225 billion loss and may have to eliminate 5 million to 7 million jobs over the next three months.

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