There is one business that's thriving in Connecticut and Massachusetts, and that is grocery stores. As more individuals stay away from restaurants, fearing being infected by COVID-19, supermarket jobs are opening up by the hundreds.

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The Hartford Courant reports that Big Y has 1,000 jobs available in Connecticut and Massachusetts in all different categories. Full and part-time positions are opened at supermarkets, gas stations, specialty markets, and distribution centers. Interested in making some extra cash?

Courtesy of New Milford, Big Y FB Page...

At the New Milford Big Y, opportunities are available in the Bakery, Cashier, Deli Clerk, Department Manager, Frozen Foods, and Grocery Clerks. To find out about all the jobs available at the New Milford Big Y, click this link.

Another reason why supermarkets are doing well is personal grocery shopping and delivery. This is when a supermarket team member does the shopping, drops the items off in a special area in the market where the groceries are boxed up and then delivered.

Other businesses doing just fine during the pandemic, according to justbusiness.com, are utilities, construction, finance and insurance, manufacturing, retail trade, and professional, scientific, and technical services.