If you’re looking for work from home opportunities, look no further. Did you know that Amazon has positions available for people looking to work from home? Here’s what Amazon has to say about their virtual opportunities:
“Sometimes, Amazon has virtual (or “work-from-home”) positions available to qualified individuals who live in some areas. So if you aren’t near a physical Amazon location, or just want to see if there are virtual opportunities in your area, you’re in the right place.
Virtual opportunities are not available in all areas–specific questions about virtual positions can be discussed during the interview process with your recruiter.”
Currently, this retail giant has over 500 part-time and full-time work from home positions to choose from. Some of the available job categories include:
- Solutions Architect
- Sales, Advertising, and Account Management
- Operations, IT, Support Engineering
- Project/Program/Product Management — Technical
- Project/Program/Product Management — Non-Technical
- Fulfillment and Operations Management
- Human Resources
- Leadership Development and Training
- Software Development
- Business and Merchant Development
- Customer Service
- Marketing and PR
- Facilities, Maintenance, and Real Estate
- Machine Learning Science
- Editorial, Writing, and Content Management
- and More
If you consider yourself a self-starter, and if any of these job categories sound like something you’d be interested in, Amazon’s virtual positions may be just what you’re looking for.
How to Find Amazon’s Work from Home Positions
The best way to find jobs in virtual locations is to visit Amazon’s virtual locations page.
When you visit the virtual job board, you can sort available positions by job type, job category, and job location. Make sure you register for an Amazon Jobs account. You’ll need to do this before you can apply to any of the available positions.
As working from home becomes increasingly popular, you can expect to see more virtual positions available in the future. When I first discovered Amazon virtual locations, there were around 300 positions open, so the fact that there are now over 500 jobs listed is definitely a good sign of the growth yet to come.
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