Target bolstering supply chain, plans 30,000 new jobs

Target Corp. is strengthening its workforce in warehouses and distribution, promising to add another 30,000 positions as the retail industry enters the fourth quarter amid a worldwide supply-chain crunch.

The Minneapolis-based retailer — which has stores in nearly 85 Florida cities, including dozens in metro Orlando — said the new hires would include roles ranging from hiring managers to warehouse and operational support staff.

The move comes a few weeks after Target (NYSE: TGT) said it would…