2020: Amazon’s Economic Impact in the UK
We're continuing to invest in the UK, create jobs, develop talent and make a positive impact in communities
Amazon is a powerful engine of growth for the national economy - revitalizing communities across Europe through job creation, economic investment, and innovative services.
AWS continues to invest in the Middle East to support the growing number of customers and partners moving to the cloud.
The seasonal roles are in addition to 23,000 permanent employees Amazon has in Poland, offering highly competitive wages and benefits.
See how Amazon's investments have impacted the European Union
Prepare for Amazon’s interview questions, learn more about the process, and find out how we hire and develop the best.
The new fulfillment center will provide faster delivery for customers across Ireland and create hundreds of new roles at Amazon.
Amazon is growing its total workforce to 23,000 permanent jobs and continues to invest heavily in Poland
Amazon announced that it has created 5,000 new jobs in Poland since 2020, bringing its total permanent workforce to 23,000. This includes positions for people with all kind of experience, education, background and skills – from entry-level positions in operations to engineers, managers and cloud-computing experts – in locations across the country, from the company’s head office and tech hubs to fulfillment centers.
Around 175,000 employees currently work at Amazon in Europe and more job opportunities in a variety of fields are to be created by the end of the year.
Amazon has been in Austria for more than 20 years - and our teams have been on local sites for the past five years.
The company will double its permanent workforce in Spain in two years, from 7,000 employees at end 2019.
Amazon is creating 3,000 permanent jobs in Italy by the end of the year, in a move that will take the company’s total workforce to over 12,500, up from 9,500 at the end of 2020, in more than 50 locations across Italy.
Amazon announces £2.5 million Apprenticeship Fund to help small businesses across England upskill their workforces
The Amazon Apprenticeship Fund will help small businesses, creative industry partners and Amazon Web Services customers by funding more than 200 new apprenticeships.
Future Amazon permanent employees at new sites in Barcelona, Montcada and Mollet del Vallès sites will benefit from competitive salaries and industry-leading benefits while working in a safe and innovative environment from day one.
Following Amazon Logistics’ Sustainability guidelines, this building will be equipped with different energy efficiency systems such as optimum insulated roof and sidings, LED lightning, photovoltaic solar panels, and with a specific design to meet the needs of allocating electric delivery vehicles in the future.
Amazon announces a new fulfillment center in Illescas that will create 1,200 permanent jobs in the next three years
Amazon continues investing in the region of Castilla-La Mancha by expanding its fulfillment network with a new facility in the province of Toledo that adds to the fulfillment center launched in 2019.
The three centers will open in the northeast towns of Vicenza, Treviso and Riese Pio X (outside Treviso) built with utmost sustainability standards replete with energy efficiency and innovative lighting systems.