Amazon to hire 100,000 workers due to increased demand following COVID-19

Source: Andrew Martonik / Android CentralWhat you need to knowAs more people stay home to stave off the coronavirus, Amazon is expecting a massive spike in demand. The company is now planning on investing $350 million worldwide, and increase its workforce related to warehousing and delivery by up to 100,000 people. It’ll also raise hourly…

Amazon to hire 100,000 workers due to increased demand following COVID-19

Source: Andrew Martonik / Android CentralWhat you need to knowAs more people stay home to stave off the coronavirus, Amazon is expecting a massive spike in demand.
The company is now planning on investing $350 million worldwide, and increase its workforce related to warehousing and delivery by up to 100,000 people.
It’ll also raise hourly wages by $2 in the U.S., £2 in the UK, and approximately €2 in the E.U.

With the coronavirus causing havoc across the world, and as companies, organizations, and even entire cities all but shut down, the demand for online shopping and home delivery services is skyrocketing. Amazon, the largest player in this space, is, therefore, expecting a massive surge in demand and plans on hiring as many as 100,000 more people.
That number pertains to just its U.S. workforce. Most of the jobs will be in the company’s warehousing and delivery operations, with both part-time and full-time positions available.

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