More jobs in Alaska.
Costco jobs are the latest indication that the retailer is looking to expand its delivery workforce.
The company announced Wednesday that it hired more than 2,100 workers in Alaska in the past year, up from 1,800 employees last year.
The majority of those new hires are in Alaska, where Walmart has had some success in attracting drivers to its stores.
Costcos announced in October that it was hiring a new driver to work its stores in Alaska this year.
That hire followed a similar hiring push by Walmart in the state earlier this year, when the retailer hired 1,000 drivers in the first half of this year alone.
The new hires will help Walmart continue to add jobs to its Alaska workforce, which grew to 2,632 in 2016, up 15% from 2015.
It also means that Walmart is expanding the number of drivers it is looking for.
Last year, Walmart hired 2,500 drivers in North America and Europe, according to the company.
The average age of the drivers was 37, according the company, compared to a median age of 35 in the U.S.
Last year, it also hired drivers in Canada, where it has had a relatively stable workforce.
Last week, Walmart announced it had hired 7,000 workers in Canada in the third quarter of this century, and it plans to hire more drivers to the U, U.K. and Ireland in the near future.