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From packaging engineers to Amazon Go chefs to robotics experts, we employ more than 200,000 people in the U.S and over 560,000 worldwide.

Our employees bring peculiar ideas and diverse backgrounds to our teams, and find a place at Amazon.

Get to know a few of the employees that make the magic behind the smile happen.

Blind since birth, writing code at Amazon since 2013

Michael Forzano said he has a good “mental map of the structure of the code,” which allows him to help colleagues and provide unique feedback to his team.

Delivering relief to communities impacted by natural disasters

The Disaster Relief by Amazon team helps us coordinate relief efforts around the world.

Sandy Carter answers the Proust Questionnaire

As Vice President of EC2 Windows, Sandy Carter is helping drive adoption of AWS technologies among enterprises.

Virtual jobs, real peace of mind

Amazon creating new part-time Virtual Customer Service roles.

An Army special ops leader takes on Amazon operations

Veterans find satisfying missions in civilian careers.

A Q&A with Lakshmi Nidamarthi

This director of biz tech talks about weekly business reviews (WBRs), leadership, and the Himalayas.

Planting ideas

This Amazon horticulturist teaches people about plants like the future depends on it.

People behind the Amazon smile

Meet a few of the hundreds of thousands of employees who spend their days figuring out ways to make Amazon customers' lives easier.
Walk your own runway
Behind the scenes with Amazon Fashion’s ultimate insider
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Resilience that inspires

This retiree and cancer survivor came to work at Amazon for the chance to encourage others, keep his mind active, and make a difference for customers.

Reclaiming happiness after tragedy

How Therese Landefeld found the job she loves.

At home in Pittsburgh

Bill Kaper found an opportunity to challenge himself, in his hometown.

9 women who are shaping the future of voice with Alexa

These female developers and entrepreneurs are pushing the boundaries of what's possible.

Meet some of the cute pups that go to "work" at Amazon

There are over 6,000 dogs registered to come to work with Amazonians in Seattle, with 500 coming in on any given day.

Data expert Melissa Taney knows how to fix things

She wanted to restore her late father's old car but didn't know the first thing about it. Luckily, her Amazon career has taught her she knows how to figure things out.

Boomerang in the Steel City

When Amazon started a team in his hometown, software engineer Matt Choate jumped at the chance to be an Amazonian again.

For Amazon designer Ana Pinto da Silva, community is everything

Back in the early 1990s, years before career opportunities brought her to Seattle and ultimately to Amazon, Ana Pinto da Silva bounded out of college, full of fire to put her architecture degree to use.
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Academics help drive innovation

Career academics are finding “best of both worlds” after making the jump to Amazon.

Apache pilot. Artist. Magician. Meet three people behind the Amazon smile

Amazon employees bring diverse experiences to the workplace

Amazon named a top company for job flexibility

As we begin hiring for more than 100,000 new full-time jobs over the next 18 months, some people are surprised to learn they have so much choice in where and how they work if they join our team.
What's in a name?
Bigfoot, Houdini, and Nessie have all taken up
residence on Amazon’s Seattle campus.
But how did they end up there?
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