Monday, 20 February 2017

Amazon plans 5,000 new jobs in UK >>CLICK HERE to see more!!

Global e-commerce giant Amazon today said it would create 5,000 full-time jobs in the UK this year as part of a new employment drive, demonstrating strong confidence in the British economy ahead of Brexit. The US-headquartered online firm said it was looking for a range of staff, including software developers and warehouse employees. The jobs will be created at Amazon's head office in London, as well as in the Edinburgh customer service centre and in three new warehouses. 

The UK market is Amazon's second-largest outside the US, after Germany. "We are creating thousands of new UK jobs including hundreds of apprenticeship opportunities as we continue to innovate for our customers and provide them with even faster delivery, more selection and better value," said Doug Gurr, the head of Amazon's UK business. 

More than 1,500 jobs are expected to be based at Amazon's development centres in Cambridge, Edinburgh and London, where staff work on innovations including voice-recognition tool Alexa, its drone delivery service Prime Air and Prime Video.

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