All full-time benefits with Amazon are the same, meaning you receive the same benefits as everyone else, no matter if you’re a customer service rep or a high-level executive. With up to 20 weeks of paid family leave and great insurance plans, along with “leave share” (where you can share your 20 weeks of paid leave with your spouse if they don’t have paid leave at their current job), you can feel confident that Amazon will help you take care of your family.
You can also look into working for Kindle Direct Publishing, the company’s full-service publishing arm, or Amazon Flex, which pays drivers $25 an hour to deliver Amazon packages using their own cars and smartphones.
While Amazon’s new checkout-free grocery store may not require cashiers and baggers, clearly the company is contributing to job creation in other ways.
If you have questions, check out the Amazon jobs FAQ page here.
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