Amazon has no shortage of qualified applicants—let’s face it, everybody wants to work at one of the world’s largest online retailers.
But with so many people vying for their dream job, it can be hard to get your foot in the door at such a great company.
Luckily for you, Amazon has decided to hire more than 50,000 new employees—and 5,000 of those positions are work-from-home!
Earlier this year, Amazon announced that August 2 would officially be “Amazon Jobs Day,” but you can still apply now.
The massive company will be hiring thousands of new employees, many of whom will work at 13 fulfillment centers across the country.
At least 5,000 of these jobs will be virtual or work-from-home, which are absolutely perfect for busy moms on the go.
These positions are part of the company’s Virtual Customer Service program, so they are hoping to fill as many customer service positions as quickly as they can.
Not only will you be able to help other people get exactly what they want, but you’ll get to do it in you pajamas!
“There are lots of people who want or need a flexible job—whether they’re a military spouse, a college student or a parent—and we’re happy to empower these talented people no matter where they happen to live,” Amazon said in a press release about the new positions.
While there has yet to be any concrete information on pay, Amazon is known to be a competitive company when it comes to salary, benefits, and paid time off (PTO).
For more information on these awesome opportunities, feel free to visit the Amazon.Jobs website.
Thankfully, unlike other career websites, Amazon allows you to search for all the remote positions available with the click of a button—no confusing gimmicks.
According to Working Mother, these are the most recently added work-from-home positions through Amazon:
Amazon Workspaces Consultant, which calls for a computer science or math background and 10 years of experience, posted on 6/20/17.
Instructional Designer, Global PMO, Ops Tech IT, which requires just two years of related experience, posted on 6/16/17.
Customer Advisor, Education, which asks for 5+ years sales experience in education, posted on 6/12/17.
This is a huge year for Amazon, which recently acquired Whole Foods, so be sure to act fast if you have any interest in working for one of the largest companies in the world right now.
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