Amazon seeks to hire 55,000 people for tech, corporate jobs

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Amazon seeks to hire 55,000 people for tech, corporate jobs
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Amazon seeks to hire 55,000 people for tech, corporate jobs

Majority of the jobs will be created in the US

Amazon is planning to hire about 55,000 people globally in the coming months for corporate and tech roles, as the Covid-19 pandemic continues to drive growth in cloud computing and online retail. ...

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