The internet is where it’s at. Amazon, which began its success as an alternative books source, offering online seekers a full range of books impossible to find in any given books store – unless it were the Library of Congress – is now expanding, adding 7,000 jobs to match its growth. It promises to pay 30 percent higher than traditional retail jobs, and also will pay 95 percent of tuition to eligible employees, even if the educational experience is not relevant to amazon.com.
Sounds like a great place to work, and job seekers ought to check out their service centers a cross the country, which are in California, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, South Carolina, Virginia, Texas, Kentucky, Indianapolis, Delaware, Arizona, and South Carolina.
The president himself is expected to speak at Amazon this Tuesday, in Chattanooga Tennessee, speaking on the economy and jobs in the area.
Jobs include fulfillment center jobs in the warehouse, full time stock grants, as well as order taking and customer service.
Amazon has been expanding what it sells, from its initial success as a book seller. It has even been selling fresh foods in the Seattle area.
“We’re creating thousand of new full time jobs in our fulfillment network to meet growing customer demands, “ said Amazon spokeswoman Mary Osako. Job seekers, check it out!Amazon is Hiring by Andrew Ostler