Amazon Career

Amazon Career


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Inc. is an American multinational technology company which focuses on e-commerce, 

cloud computing, digital streaming, and artificial intelligence. It has been referred

to as "one of the most influential economic and cultural forces in the world"

At Amazon, $15 is just the Start

All of amazon employees earn at least $15 an hour—and more in areas where the 

cost of living is higher. In fact, our roles in fulfillment and transportation 

offer an average of more than $18 an hour. We invest in employee career growth and 

offer regular, full-time employees benefits like health care on day one, and fully

paid family leave.

Earlier this month, Amazon announced plans to hire 3,000 remote workers in 18 states.

The job listing for customer service associates, posted on March 4th, indicates that the role pays $15 an hour, provides health care coverage after 90 days of employment and offers overtime pay.

Amazon is considering candidates who live in 18 states: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Washington, Wisconsin and Wyoming.

The part-time work-from-home role “generally consists of 20 to 29 hours per week, with the expectations to work up to 60 hours a week if there is a customer need,” and specifies that workers cannot live in a zip code that is within 50 miles of an Amazon customer service site.

Brie Reynolds, senior career specialist at remote job site FlexJobs, says that this is one of the biggest hiring sprees of remote workers she has ever seen.

Other Amazon Work-From-Home Jobs

If you’re looking for a career with Amazon rather than a part-time gig, but you still want to work from home, there are many opportunities.

For example, while you might think any position relating to human resources would have to be done on-site, Amazon frequently offers remote HR positions such as benefits support specialists, technical recruiters, and senior human resource investigators.

Amazon employs around 750,000 people, so its HR team must be fully qualified. At a minimum, you’ll need a bachelor’s degree and six years of experience. For managerial positions, you’ll also need at least one year of experience in a supervisory role.

Another example is Amazon Web Services (AWS), which is the company’s cloud computing unit. AWS often hires for remote healthcare tech positions, which are roles that conduct medical research, run hospital systems, and provide high-level tech support to medical schools that use the company’s products.

I’ve included these jobs as examples of the type of career-track positions you can find with the company. Obviously, the specific opportunities change constantly.

That said, if you have at least a bachelor’s degree with a little bit of professional experience, you may be able to find something that allows you to work from home while staying in your current field.

How To Apply

Those interested in applying for a position as an Amazon work from home call center agent can browse the job listings here.

If you find an opening, click on the job you want to apply for and read the full description; they often have specific eligibility criteria that isn’t immediately obvious (such as only being open to residents of a particular state).

You’ll need to create an account that’s separate from the Amazon account you shop with. Once you’ve created an account, you can complete the online application.

If selected for an interview, you’ll be required to take multiple assessments — one of which lasts about 30 minutes and involves reacting to situations you’ll encounter in the position.

Employee Benefit

Amazon offer a range of benefits that support you and eligible family members, 

including domestic partners and their children – starting with healthcare from day one ..more

Employee Safety

The health and safety of amazon employees is our top priority. 

From changing processes in our warehouses to using AI technology to ensure physical distancing...more

In the Community

Amazon is committed to ensure children and young adults in the communities 

where we operate have the resources and skills they to build their futures...more

Supporting Small Business

.Amazon invest in the success of entrepreneurs, artisans, and small businesses 

selling in our Amazon Store. When they thrive, our customers benefit from the

products and services they offer. That’s part of the reason amazon invested more 

than $30 billion—between 2019 and 2020—in logistics, tools, services, programs, 

and people to foster the growth of our sellers...more

Start Your Business

Learn more about entrepreneurial opportunities with Amazon – from selling 

your products on our store to launching your own transportation company -

Build your business with amazon

Millions of small and medium-sized businesses, authors, content creators, 

and developers from around the world are working with Amazon. Whatever 

your business may be, we’d love for you to grow with us.

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