Job creation and investment

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Amazon: a positive impact for the French economy

While we focus first and foremost on our customers, we also pay the greatest attention to our local impact. By putting our energy, know-how and capacity for innovation at the service of the French population, we are contributing to the prosperity of the French economy.

Amazon and Poland are the great match. Growing workforce to 18,000 employees and creating 10,000 seasonal jobs for the festive period.

Today, Amazon announced that it has created 2,000 new jobs in Poland in 2020, bringing its total permanent workforce to 18,000. This includes positions for people of all background and educational stages – from a large number of entry-level positions in operations to engineers, managers and cloud-computing experts.

Apprentice hopes to inspire others during National Apprenticeship Week in the UK

Automation Engineering Apprentice Nicola Elliott, gives her five top tips for people considering an apprenticeship

Amazon opens doors to newest corporate office in Manchester

We are opening our newest corporate office in central Manchester today, with capacity for 600 new roles, further expanding our presence in the North West.

Amazon’s Economic Impact in the UK

Last year we celebrated our 20th anniversary in the UK, and we thought now would be a good moment to step back and reflect on what our overall economic contribution has been to the UK over that time. We’re sharing a snapshot of our job creation, tax contributions, and broader economic impact in the UK, including economic analysis that builds on our regular reporting cycle to go deeper than usual and provide a better understanding of our business and how we support the communities where we operate.

12,000 new jobs across Europe during 2019

Across Europe we’re creating thousands of quality jobs and investing billions in local economies.

New space for new ideas - Made in Berlin

New office space that could accommodate up to 3400 employees in Warschauer Brücke district in Berlin, Germany.

Investing in the future of British talent

We’re announcing a new fully-funded apprenticeship programme, giving 1,000 new recruits and existing employees an exciting path to becoming Amazon’s future leaders, engineers and innovators.

12 football fields and 2 Titanics

The logistic center of Illescas has been built in 11 months.

Amazon’s most extreme delivery

In “the land of high passes,” the challenges are as vast as the landscape.
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