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Top seasonal employers for 2012

1. Target

Employees: 365,000

2012 added seasonal employees: 80,000-90,000

Change from 2011: 2,000-12,000 less

2. Macy's

Employees: 175,000

2012 added seasonal employees: 80,000

Change from 2011: 2,000 more

3. Kohl's

Employees: 86,000

2012 added seasonal employees: 52,700

Change from 2011: 5,700 more

4. Walmart

Employees: 2.2 million

2012 added seasonal employees: 50,000

Change from 2011: N/A

5. Toys "R" Us

Employees: 70,000

2012 added seasonal employees: 45,000

Change from 2011: 5,000 more

6. GameStop

Employees: 44,000

2012 added seasonal employees: 17,000

Change from 2011: 2,000 less

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