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Amazon Plans to Bring on 80,000 Holiday Season Workers; Some May Be Hired Full Time Afterward

Amazon announced it plans to hire 80,000 seasonal employees at its 50 fulfillment centers and 15 sortation centers in the U.S. to handle peak demand.

Last year, Amazon converted thousands of seasonal workers into full-time employees after the holidays, and expects to do the same this year.

“So far this year, we have converted more than 10,000 seasonal employees in the U.S. into regular, full-time roles and we’re looking forward to converting thousands more across our growing network of fulfillment and sortation centers after this holiday season,” Mike Roth, Amazon’s vice president of North America operations, said in the release.

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Last year, Amazon converted thousands of seasonal workers into full-time employees after the holidays, and expects to do the same this year.

“So far this year, we have converted more than 10,000 seasonal employees in the U.S. into regular, full-time roles and we’re looking forward to converting thousands more across our growing network of fulfillment and sortation centers after this holiday season,” Mike Roth, Amazon’s vice president of North America operations, said in the release.

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