Amazon reportedly wants to hire new employees — but there’s a twist

BY CSA Staff

An online giant is going on a hiring spree, but potential candidates won’t be working in an office.

Amazon wants to add more than 200 new full-time employees to its growing workforce of 575,000 full-time and part-time employees as of June 30. However, Amazon wants these new associates to work remotely, according to Fortune.

According to the report, Amazon’s job site wants to fill 235 full-time positions, and two part-time roles. The positions are defined as “virtual” or “work from home” opportunities, and they are open to applicants in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, and Costa Rica.

The jobs span a wide range of levels and specialties, including market manager for devices, senior regional logistics leader, head of business for Latin America Prime Video Direct, and customer service associate, the report revealed.

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