Are you looking for a job that you can do after the kids go to bed from the comfort of your own home? If so, Amazon has a great employment opportunity. You can get a position with a reputable online company. And, potentially receive benefits that you normally wouldn’t get with work-at-home jobs.
Amazon is Hiring
In a recent press release, Amazon announced it would be hiring 5,000 new part-time work-at-home employees over the next year for their Virtual Customer Service. In addition to competitive wages, employees who work 20 hours or more per week will receive company benefits. These benefits include life and disability insurance, health care, as well as Amazon’s Career Choice program.
Career Choice pre-pays for 95% of tuition for courses in high-demand fields, whether those skills are relevant to jobs at Amazon or not. More than 9,000 employees have participated in the Career Choice program with more signing up every day. I can’t say that I blame them. To offer a flexible job and to pay for their employee’s education so that those employees can later get an even better job is pretty outstanding.
To learn more about Amazon and the Career Choice program check out www.amazon.com/about
The hiring of these new Virtual Customer Service employees is part of Amazon’s plan to hire more than 30,000 part-time positions over the next year. That’s on top of the 100,000 full-time jobs the company is creating in the U. S. over the next 18 months.
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Amazon’s Virtual Customer Service program is designed to offer opportunities for military spouses, college students, and parents. Amazon’s Vice President for Worldwide Customer Service, Tom Weiland, said this about the program. “There are lots of people who want or need a flexible job–whether they’re a military spouse, a college student, or a parent– and we’re happy to empower these talented people no matter where they happen to live.”
Customer service may not be the most luxurious job. Being able to work from home without changing out of your pj’s is pretty awesome, though. Also, finding a job that has flexible hours is better than most companies offer. As an introvert, customer service wouldn’t be my first choice. I have worked as a customer service rep before, though, and it really isn’t hard.If you’re interested in a work-at-home job from a reputable company, you’ve likely found a match.
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Do you know of other reputable companies offering similar employment opportunities? I’d love to hear about them.