In the past year, United Airlines touted hiring bonuses as high as $10,000. It upped its starting wages to nearly $20 an hour. Earlier this week, it held an in-person job fair at the United Club at Empower Field at Mile High stadium — its second in eight months.
The company needs extra help in Denver, especially in customer and ramp service jobs, but it’s not just about recovering from the pandemic’s travel lull, said Matt Miller, United’s Denver vice president of airport operations.
“One of the reasons that we’re doing the job fair in all of our areas is because we’re growing in Denver,” Miller said. “We signed a new lease at the airport right before the pandemic. We’ll go up to 90 gates, which will open over the course of the next year to 18 months. That means…
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