An Army special ops leader takes on Amazon operations
Veterans find satisfying missions in civilian careers. Continue Reading
Opportunities for veterans
At Amazon, we have teams and programs dedicated to finding opportunities to train and employ military veterans and their spouses.

We're constantly looking for leaders who think big, have a bias for action, and deliver results on behalf of our customers. We think veterans and military spouses are a great fit here at Amazon and employ thousands of them across our businesses.

After the military, an entrepreneur is born

Amazon's Delivery Service Partner program gives entrepreneurs the tools to create jobs.

Serving up success at Amazon: Q&A with veteran Eric Antinucci

In this interview, the U.S. Army veteran shares how his military experience has helped shape his civilian career at Amazon.

Hiring military veterans

At Amazon, we employ over 17,500 veterans and military spouses—in roles ranging from our fulfillment center associates to executives in our corporate offices.

First class of veteran apprentices "graduate" into Amazon jobs

At Amazon, we’ve created programs that meet our employees and potential recruits where they are – providing opportunities to get trained while at work, in high-demand areas like cloud computing.

Sarah Rhoads, Navy veteran and Regional Director of Operations

An interview with Sarah Rhoads, a Navy veteran and Regional Director of Operations.

Taking his robot for a walk

Air Force veteran Tim Macfarlane joined Amazon and created a DIY invention that helps people and robots collaborate.

This Navy fighter pilot found a new mission with Amazon

As head of Amazon Air, Sarah Rhoads is one of thousands of veterans working at Amazon.

Serving up solutions while roping in business

After building his own company on the backbone of Amazon and recently relocating, former Marine diver and parachutist Sean Brownlee now helps fellow veterans and other entrepreneurs navigate the online retail waters—no matter where they’re located.
Amazon. Up close.
Breaking news and deep-dive
storytelling, every day on the
Day One blog.
explore Day One
More stories

Open to interpretation

How an Amazon designer turned his disability into an advantage.

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.

Amazon recognized as a LinkedIn Top Company in nine countries

Amazon offices around the world named as some of the most desirable places to work in 2019.
Open to interpretation
How an Amazon designer turned his disability into an advantage.
Meet Michael Nesmith
AA Out for Delivery
Get the latest news and stories from Amazon, delivered right to your inbox.