Disney has hired more workers in parks to help with the effort to bring back the parks, Disney Parks Blog reported on Monday.
Disney said it has hired 556 new workers to oversee parks at Disneyland, Epcot and Hollywood Studios.
The company said it also hired a full-time Disney park representative.
The job posting said Disney has added 200 more staff members at parks around the world to help manage guests and staff.
Disney said the hiring would help boost park attendance and help increase park revenues, but it did not provide details on how many jobs would be filled.
Last month, Disney opened a new park at Disneyland park in Anaheim, California, the first of its kind outside of Florida.
It is the biggest new Disney park in decades and the first in North America.
The park opened in 2020 with a $5.5 billion budget.