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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.

Open to interpretation

How an Amazon designer turned his disability into an advantage.

Learning about computer science

Amazon leaders share tips for students working towards a career in science, technology, engineering, and math.

Avoiding the perils of scrappy

Jeff Wilke discusses Amazon’s approach to leadership, including the company’s newest leadership principle.

Einstein, fastballs, and doing the right thing

Amazon leader Jeff Wilke answers 17 unexpected questions.

Admiration, running, and AI

Meet the Ralf Herbrich, co-head of our Core Artificial Intelligence (AI) group.

What is Career Choice?

We want to make it easier for Amazonians to pursue their aspirations, but it can be difficult in this economy to have the flexibility and financial resources to teach yourself new skills. So we offer our hourly associates the Career Choice program.

Amazon's urban campus

Several years ago we outgrew our space in Seattle and we made a conscious choice to invest in downtown Seattle—even though it would have been cheaper to move to the suburbs.

45,000 and counting

Amazon now has more than 45,000 employees in our hometown, Seattle. Discover why our employees joined, why they stay, and why their ID badges aren't all the same color.

Our global offices

We've grown a lot over the last 20 years, with corporate offices around the world.

How a door became a desk, and a symbol of Amazon

Today, Amazon offices around the world are filled with door desks, based on Bezos’ early design.

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.
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Amazonians speak up

Employees share their experiences working in Amazon fulfillment centers.

Building herself a great story

How Amazon helps employees like Jamie Davis reach their dreams with Career Choice.

Find what makes you tick

Udit Madan encourages smart people to take smart risks.
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