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Would you like to work from home? Amazonia hires 5,000 workers to work in their kitchens and homes.
There is nothing better than working from home - that is, if you can let it work for you. When everything seems attractive to you and you haven't found your work yet - from your native country Amazon might be the solution. We will be getting an hourly wage in a moment, but the true value of these job is probably the versatility and the two little words:
"Useful." If you work more than 20 working hour per weeks at Amazon, the enterprise says, you get: "In addition, the company's Worker Choice Programme provides "95 per cent of education for classes in areas in need, whether or not the abilities are of relevance to a prospective Amazon career".
"A lot of individuals want or need a versatile career - whether they are a husband, a sorority wife, a graduate trainee or a parentage - and we are excited to support these talent individuals wherever they live," said Tom Weiland, Amazon VP of Global Client Services, in a news statement.
Adding to these roles, Amazon says it is recruiting another 25,000 part-time workers to work on the ground this year and another 100,000 full-time workers over the next 18 month. There is no mention of what homeworkers are paying in the news item, but a seperate list of workplaces says the "nationwide wage is $10.00 per hour".
And at least it looks as if part-time work is restricted to night work and weekends, which could make it difficult, for example, for parent who wanted to work during their children's schooling. Amazon is also - again at least for the moment - restricting its attitude to those who are living in 26 of the 50 states.
No one will work for Amazon from home for $10 an hours, of course, but although we are technologically fully employed in America, it is an economical concept - of course there are still those who would like to work but cannot find work.