The customer is at the heart of everything we do. Amazon is a place where smart, passionate people obsess over customers and innovate on their behalf. Amazon has created more U.S. jobs in the last decade than any other company. These are jobs that pay an average of $19 per hour, more than double the federal minimum wage. We also invest in employees’ success. Amazon will spend over $1.2 billion to provide free skills training to employees—helping them further their careers in tech and in-demand roles such as cloud computing.
We’re able to delight and invent for customers thanks to our incredible workforce.
Along with an average starting pay of $19 per hour, we offer comprehensive, highly competitive benefits that begin on day one.
We strive to reflect the diversity of our customers, vendors, and communities.
We invest in the success of our employees and help them grow their skills and careers.
Safety is integral to everything that we do at Amazon—every day, in every operation, across every country.
We support over 1 million Amazon employees in operations facilities, tech hubs, and corporate offices.
Our campuses connect passionate, customer-centric innovators in locations around the world.
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It’s always “Day 1” at Amazon—that’s our approach to doing everything with the energy and entrepreneurial spirit of a new organization on its first day.
Building the future is inspiring and fun, but it’s not easy. Amazon employees aren’t just encouraged to come up with the next big idea, they’re empowered to own and build it. Being a builder comes with an appetite for risk taking. Founder and CEO Jeff Bezos has called Amazon “the best place in the world to fail.” Learning from our failures, and applying them to the next big idea, is at the heart of delighting customers and inventing things we never thought possible. Employees are encouraged to take ownership of their work and careers. We believe this means people grow faster at Amazon than they would anywhere else.
Amazon invests nearly $1 billion in increased wages for operations employees
Along with access to more career advancement and development programs.
Amazon ranks #2 on Fortune's World's Most Admired Companies list
Fortune announced its 2023 list of the World’s Most Admired Companies, and Amazon ranks No. 2 for the seventh year in a row. Companies are evaluated based on nine criteria, including the quality of their management, innovation in products and services, and commitments to social responsibility.