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Hiring now: Amazon work-from-home, warehouse, and more
Last updated: June 27, 2022
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Are you a current job seeker looking for opportunities near you?

Amazon is having a hiring spree, and chances are there's a job vacancy in your area.

Below, you'll find a Q&A about the hiring process at Amazon. You can use this information to apply for a position that fits your current needs and future career goals. There are both in-person and virtual opportunities available.

And, you’ll learn where to start your job search and how to apply for an Amazon position.

What is an Amazon work-from-home job?

As an essential business, Amazon has remained open throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. To support those who have lost their jobs, they've already hired over 100,000 new team members.

They're still looking for new employees, and there may be a job available at your local store or fulfillment center.

Amazon also has hundreds of virtual opportunities. These positions can be competitive and may not be available in your state.

But, if you're looking for a long-term remote job, there are a few options worth applying for.

For example, there are customer service representative positions. For these jobs, you'll usually need a high school diploma and some experience working in customer service.

Or, if you have a bachelor's degree, there are remote jobs in human resources and recruiting.

Learn more about how Amazon is keeping its employees safe during the COVID 19 pandemic.

Where can I find an Amazon work-from-home job?

Want to work remotely? Work-from-home jobs can give you a great work-life balance and provide you with more flexibility.

You can find work-from-home jobs at Amazon using the Jobcase job search.

When you browse our jobs, you can select “remote work only” to view virtual positions. Start your remote job search here. Or you can search Amazon’s virtual locations.

What other types of jobs are available at Amazon?

There is a range of job opportunities available at the company. If you’re not sure what position is right for you, you can browse jobs by category:

Where’s Amazon hiring right now for in-person jobs?

The company has a variety of hourly roles for people interested in full-time, part-time, flexible, or seasonal work.

Here's a shortlist of Amazon job opportunities in different locations:

  • Warehouse shoppers and team members in Providence, RI. Apply here.

  • Warehouse team members in Grand Rapids, MI. Apply here.

  • Fulfillment center team members in Campbellsville, KY. Apply here.

  • Delivery station warehouse associates in Revere, MA. Apply here.

  • Delivery station warehouse associate in Renton, WA Apply here.

  • Fulfillment center warehouse associates in Greater New Brunswick-Lakewood, NJ. Apply here.

  • Delivery station warehouse associate in Downers Grove, IL. Apply here.

Don’t see your location listed?

You can browse a full list of Amazon job opportunities on our job board. These are updated regularly, so we recommend you check back if you can’t find what you’re looking for.

You can apply for a seasonal, full-time, or part-time job.

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If you don’t see a job posting for a particular location, it means that all of the roles have been filled.

What’s Amazon’s hiring process?

Amazon makes it easy to apply. You can start work in as little as seven days.

Here’s how the hiring process works:

Step 1: Application. You can complete the online application in about one hour. During this phase, you'll pick your shifts and schedule your new hire appointment.

Step 2: New hire appointment. This is the final stage of the application process. You'll need to provide proof of your identity and employment eligibility.

Step 3. New hire orientation. During orientation, you'll learn more about your new job, hear from senior leaders, and get your badge photo.

Do I need a resume to apply at Amazon?

For an hourly full-time or part-time job, you usually won’t need a resume. For example, warehouse workers, drivers, and shoppers only need to complete the application form.

If you're applying for a campus pickup point job, you'll need to share your resume.

Amazon application: jobs and how to apply online

Do I need to interview?

The Amazon hiring process for most hourly roles doesn’t include an interview. But if you’re applying for a delivery driver role, you’ll be required to interview as part of your hiring process.

How can I check my Amazon application status?

You can check the status of your Amazon application by following these steps:

  1. Log in to your Amazon candidate account.

  2. Click on the menu icon in the upper right-hand corner.

  3. Click on “Jobs I've Applied To” from the dropdown menu.

  4. You’ll see your appointment details under the "My Appointments" section.

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What’s the pay rate at Amazon?

The minimum wage at Amazon is $15 per hour. You can make more based on your location, the job type, and your experience.

You can also make more extra money working different shifts.

Does Amazon have employee benefits?

Amazon employees get basic benefits. These can vary by location, the number of hours you work, your length of employment, and job status.

Job seekers can learn more about Amazon employee benefits by visiting our Amazon employee benefits guide.

Who does Amazon hire?

Amazon hires team members from a range of backgrounds, and many of the positions are entry-level, with no experience required.

Does Amazon hire teens?

To work at the retail giant, you’ll need to be 18 years old or older. You’ll also need a high school diploma or equivalent.

Does Amazon hire veterans?

There are over 40,000 veterans and military spouses currently working at Amazon.

If you're a military veteran or military spouse, they'll help you build on your existing skills. Amazon will make sure you have a smooth workplace transition.

Does Amazon hire workers with disabilities?

Amazon is committed to diversity and inclusion. They offer a range of accommodations, such as magnification tools, sign language interpreters, and assistance with site navigation.

Amazon provides ongoing support to workers with disabilities.

What can I expect on my first day at Amazon?

Before you start work, you’ll need to participate in a new hire orientation program. Your first day will depend on the job type, and the orientation will give you all the information you need.

For example, you’ll learn about what to wear and any occupational health and safety procedures.

Does Amazon offer on-the-job training?

Yes, Amazon offers on-the-job training. The length of training will depend on the job, and it can range from one day to two weeks.

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The retail giant often invests in its employees with upskilling programs. If an employee is eligible, they’ll also fund their tuition to help them complete a bachelor’s degree or high school certificate.

Apply for jobs with Amazon

If you have a question not listed here, you can speak to an Amazon candidate support representative. They can share tips about hiring events and answer questions about your job offer or paperwork.

Don’t forget — we have a full staff of Jobcase Community Specialists who are ready to help you navigate through your new job search journey.

Click on the “comment” icon below and submit your application questions for our immediate review and response.

Want more job tips? Check out our Getting Hired Resource Center. Or you can browse our job board for more positions in your neighborhood.

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Andres Cruz

I would love to work at Amazon is there a number i could call to assure a job

I would love to work at Amazon is there a number i could call to assure a job

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Herbert Mashami

Hello Amazon family, I am interested in work from home jobs, do you have opportunities for us in East Africa? Herbert

Hello Amazon family, I am interested in work from home jobs, do you have opportunities for us in East Africa? Herbert

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Gape kakale Mapii

I am interested in work from home jobs because I can't lift heavy things and I can't stand for even a short time. I have been working in the office for the rest of my life.

I am interested in work from home jobs because I can't lift heavy things and I can't stand for even a short time. I have been working in the office for the rest of my life.

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Regina Love

I am trying to get to the job openings and do a application

I am trying to get to the job openings and do a application

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Mary Jo Bork

I'm definitely interested!

I'm definitely interested!

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amanda mccarthy

I’m absolutely interested

I’m absolutely interested

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Jose Pena

I have a friend who works at the Amazon Warehouse. I know he loves his job. But it seems he is developing arthritis.

I have a friend who works at the Amazon Warehouse. I know he loves his job. But it seems he is developing arthritis.

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