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  • How do I apply? Can I reapply?
  • Apply or reapply here!

  • How do I apply for a conversion?
  • Sign in to your account here: You can then apply for available conversion opportunities at your current work location.

    Please ask your local HR team any questions you may have about conversions.

  • Can I apply in person or send you my resume?
  • In order to be considered for any of our positions, you must complete the online application.

    If an in-person interview or appointment is needed for an application, Recruiting will contact you about it after you've completed the application.

    All of our current job openings can be viewed at

    A resume is not part of the hiring process for hourly Customer Service positions.

  • I am receiving a duplicate SSN error
  • This means that your SSN is already in our system. Please hit 'No' below, then choose either CHAT or PHONE from the contact options below.

  • I am being redirected to a VisualForce error page
  • Internet Explorer or Firefox are the best web browsers to use to complete your application. Still having problems? Follow the troubleshooting steps below:

    Troubleshooting. Step #1:  - Select the back button in your browser, then select Save and Continue  - Do this up to three times. If unsuccessful, try Troubleshooting Step #2

    Troubleshooting Step #2: - Save and exit your application - Close your internet browser - Open a new internet window and clear your cache by: - Clicking ctrl+shift+delete (windows) or command+shift+delete (Mac) - Change the time range to the furthest possible ('everything', 'forever', 'beginning of time', etc.) - Ensure Cache and Cookies are selected and click the button to clear - Log back into your candidate account and try again - If unsuccessful, try Troubleshooting Step #3

    Troubleshooting Step #3: - Check your language preference in your candidate account. The language must be set to English (US). Login at Click on 'Edit' next to 'My Personal Information' If you make any changes, be sure to click 'Save'!

  • The assessment page will not load
  • The assessment opens a new window so ensure that your pop-up blockers are disabled. Internet Explorer or Firefox are the best web browsers to use to complete your application.  Please ensure that popup blockers have been disabled. Click the links below to view how to disable a popup blocker for different devices.

    1) Windows Devices using Internet Explorer: Open Internet Explorer, select the Tools button , and then select Internet options. On the Privacy tab, under Pop-up Blocker, select or clear the Turn on Pop-up Blocker check box, and then select OK.

    2) Windows Devices using Firefox: Open Firefox, select menu in the left hand corner of the window Select Options, click Content To disable all pop-ups, uncheck the 'Block Pop-Up Windows' box Click Ok

    3) Apple Devices using Safari:  Launch Settings. Tap Safari. Under the General section, click the toggle next to Block Pop-ups to enable or disable the pop-up blocker. A green toggle indicates an enabled pop-up blocker.

    4) Apple Devices using Chrome:  On your computer, open Chrome. At the top right, click the icon you see: Menu Menu or More More. Click Settings. At the bottom, click Show advanced settings. Under "Privacy," click Content settings. Under "Pop-ups," select an option: Do not allow any site to show pop-ups (recommended) Allow all sites to show pop-ups

    5) Android Devices using Chrome:  At the top right, click the icon you see: Menu Menu or More More. Click Settings. At the bottom, click Show advanced settings. Under "Privacy," click Content settings. Under "Pop-ups," select an option: Do not allow any site to show pop-ups (recommended) Allow all sites to show pop-ups

  • I received an error about leaving questions blank
  • In order to successfully complete the assessment, all questions must be answered. Missing answers to questions will be brought to your attention when you try to submit the assessment.

    If you are receiving an error message that you have left questions blank, please click on the page number below the error message. You will be taken to the page of the assessment where a question is blank.

    Once you have selected an answer for each question, you can select 'Return to Error Page' to correct any additional errors and submit the assessment.

  • What is my application status?
  • You can check the status of your application by logging into your Job Page. Your application(s) and the status will be found on the left hand side of the page, or under the My Jobs tab.

  • Why was my application rejected?
  • Amazon reviews a variety of factors when determining which candidates to move forward in the process.

    If your application has been rejected, we have chosen to move forward with other candidate that are a closer match to our current hiring needs.

    This could be due to many things, including but not necessarily things like: Did not meet basic criteria as outlined in application, Did not complete pre-hire contingencies outlined in contingent offer, Multiple applications in process.

    Our agents do not have any additional information on this matter.

  • I accidentally answered 'No' to a question and couldn’t finish my application
  • If you accidentally answered 'No' to a question and could not complete your application, you will need to contact us for help. Hit 'No' below, and then select a contact option when they appear.

  • Why was my application withdrawn?
  • If you received an email that your application has been withdrawn, this may have happened for a variety of reasons.

    Some examples are: We emailed you an invitation to schedule an appointment, but you did not schedule your appointment. An appointment was scheduled, but you did not attend the scheduled appointment. You did not complete your online submission. You withdrew your submission.

    An email was sent to you with the reason. Our agents do not have any information beyond what was in that email.

  • I would like to transfer my current application to another location
  • You must apply to the location where you wish to work.

    Please do so at

    If the position is not available on our website, it is not currently hiring.

    Our agents do not have additional information on when and where positions will become available.

  • I would like to withdraw my application
  • You can withdraw your application by following these steps.

    1. Login to your account at On the left hand side of the page, you will see the positions you have applied for.

    2. Click on the 'Withdraw' link to remove your application from consideration

  • What is my application status?
  • You can check the status of your application by logging into your Job Page. Your application(s) and the status will be found on the left hand side of the page, or under the My Jobs tab.

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    Applying and interviewing at Amazon

    Where do I go to learn more about Amazon's interview process?

    Visit Interviewing at Amazon to learn about each step of the application and interview process with us, from completing the online application to preparing for phone and in-person interviews.

    To learn more about our warehouse and Fulfillment Center associate positions, please visit

    What's Amazon's interview process and how do I get started?

    Visit Interviewing at Amazon to learn about each step of the application and interview process with us, from completing the online application to preparing for phone and in-person interviews.
    To learn more about our warehouse and Fulfillment Center associate positions, please visit You can also visit the fulfillment center associate positions FAQs.

    I already have an account, so why do I need to reset my password?

    We're working hard to provide the best candidate experience possible, so we've made some improvements to the sign-in experience. We want to make sure you're able to access all of our new features. Resetting your password will allow you to see the new and ongoing changes coming to to make your experience great!

    I have multiple email addresses associated with my applications. Can I merge my accounts?

    Currently, we're unable to merge applicants' accounts. If you have multiple accounts associated with several applications, you can continue to access your application using the corresponding account.

    I don't have an email address. Can I create an account using my phone number?

    At this time, only supports sign-in using a valid email address. In the near future, however, you'll be able sign in to using your phone number.

    I forgot my password. How do I recover it?

    To recover your password, click 'Forgot password' on the sign-in screen and enter your username.

    I forgot my username. How do I recover it?

    We recommend signing in with your current email address.

    What information or features can I access with my account?

    With an account, you can access your applicant profile, view application information, and check your application status. As continues to improve and grow, we'll inform you of any new features or changes.

    Do I have to upload my resume using a cloud service?

    In an effort to support a more mobile-friendly experience, we've added the ability to upload your resume using cloud services. However, you still have the option to upload your resume from your device.

    Can I upload a resume and use my LinkedIn profile?

    Applicants can use LinkedIn as an alternative to uploading a traditional resume during profile creation. Unfortunately, we only accept one resume per applicant at this time, so please select the option that works best for you.

    My application status hasn't changed. Who can I contact for an update?

    Your dashboard is regularly being updated to display the most up-to-date status information relating to each application. When an application status changes, your dashboard is updated in almost real-time to reflect this new status.

    When does my application move from Active to Archived?

    An application is considered active as long as a final decision has not yet been made. If an applicant withdraws their application, is hired for a role, or is no longer under consideration, their application will be archived.


    Do you offer benefits?

    Yes. Please go to our Benefits page to learn more. Benefits can vary by location, team, or role.  

    Benefits for Fulfillment / Warehouse Associates can vary by location, the number of regularly scheduled hours you work, length of employment, and job status (such as part-time, seasonal, or temporary employment). Learn more about benefits for Fulfillment Associates.


    Do you offer accommodations?

    As an equal opportunity employer, the Amazon group of companies is committed to a diverse workforce and is also committed to a barrier-free employment process. In order to ensure reasonable accommodations for individuals protected by Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Vietnam Era Veterans' Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974, and Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, as amended, individuals that require accommodation in the job application process for a posted position may contact us at 866-437-9078 for assistance.

    For more information visit our Accommodations page.

    General questions

    Where can I view the equal employment opportunity poster?

    You can view the poster by clicking the links here: EEO is the Law and Supplement.

    Do I have to move to Seattle to work at Amazon?

    No, we have Amazon offices all around the world. Learn more on our Seattle headquarters and our other locations.

    Is it true you hire people to work from home as Customer Service Associates?

    Yes. View our current opportunities.

    Do you hire people to write Amazon reviews?

    We do not pay people to write reviews. We have found that customers trust reviews written by other customers.

    I work for an employment agency, temporary staffing firm, or consulting business. How can I present applicants to you?

    We do not have a general resume submittal process for agencies who are not on our preferred list.

    What is E-Verify?

    The Amazon group of companies participates in E-Verify. E-Verify is a web-based system that allows an employer to determine an employee's eligibility to work in the US using information reported on an employee's Form I-9. The E-Verify system confirms eligibility with both the Social Security Administration (SSA) and Department of Homeland Security (DHS). For more information, please go to the USCIS E-Verify website.

    Does Amazon or its approved recruiting partners charge any fee for employment?

    We do not charge any fee for employment and the same applies to the Recruitment Partners who we work with. Amazon is an equal opportunity employer. Employment decisions are based on merit.  Additionally, we do not ask for any refundable security deposit to be paid in bank accounts for employment purposes. We request candidates to be cautious of misleading communications and not pay any fee/ deposit to individuals/ agencies/ employment portals on the pretext of attending Amazon interview process or seeking employment with us. These would be fraudulent in nature. Anyone dealing with such individuals/ agencies / employment portals will be doing so at his/her own risk and Amazon will not be held responsible for such loss or damage suffered directly or indirectly. Such fake job offers and appointment letters shall not be treated as any kind of offer or representation by Amazon. Please note, Amazon does not send offer letters from Hotmail, Yahoo, Gmail or any other public email accounts or demand a fee in lieu of an employment offer / interview. If you receive such e-mails, please do not pay any fee or deposit. We request that you report such offers to [email protected] If you have already made a payment, please log a complaint with the local police for necessary legal action to be taken.

    How do I determine if I am restricted from seeking employment or having employment discussions with Amazon or its subsidiaries?

    You may be restricted from having employment discussions with Amazon or its subsidiaries if you are currently participating, or previously participated, in government acquisition or other matters involving Amazon or its subsidiaries. To learn how the rules apply to your specific situation, please consult your employer’s ethics officer.

    Where can I view the equal employment opportunity poster?

    You can view the equal employment opportunity poster at EEO is the Law or Supplement.

    I am a government employee working on a procurement involving a large government contract. One of the competitors for the contract is Amazon. May I apply for a job opening with Amazon?

    Certain government employees who work on procurements for government contracts are required to file a written disqualification memorandum if the employee commences to seek employment.  According to the U.S. Federal Government rules, the employee is also required to provide written notice of employment contacts even if the employee or contractor rejects the possibility of employment.  Please consult your employer’s ethics officer for advice on your specific situation.

    I formerly worked for a current government customer of Amazon and while there I served as a technical advisor overseeing decisions concerning one of Amazon’s contracts. If employed by Amazon, could I meet with employees of my former Federal Government agency to discuss issues pertaining to the Amazon contract?

    You may not meet with employees of the government client to discuss the contract with which you were closely involved during your time with the government.  Please consult your employer’s ethics officer for advice on your specific situation.

    Do the government restrictions on seeking employment apply to merely sending my resume to Amazon?

    The U.S. Federal Government restrictions on seeking outside employment apply broadly to include contacting prospective employers about possible employment. This includes sending resumes to a prospective employer.

    What do I need to know if I am a government employee?

    Notice to current government employees: Certain laws and regulations place restrictions on employment discussions between government employees and non-government entities. Before proceeding further, please review the following FAQ’s pertaining to current government employment. By proceeding to engage in any employment discussions with and/or any of its subsidiaries, you are representing that you have confirmed with your employer or through other reasonable inquiry that you are permitted to engage in such discussions under the applicable laws and regulations.

    What do I do if I suspect a fraudulent source is offering me a job at Amazon?

    Please be cautious of common scams that offer unauthorized Amazon employment opportunities. Our recruiters who contact candidates — whether it be via text, call, or email—will never ask for banking information, or request an enrollment fee. We encourage those who think they may have been contacted by a fraudulent source offering a job on behalf of Amazon to report it via We actively investigate reported employment scams, and as a result, dozens of fraudulent recruiting websites have been taken down.

    Student Questions

    Where can I learn about opportunities for students?

    Please visit to learn more about opportunities for students and new graduates. For questions about applying and interviewing at Amazon outside of Student Programs, please refer to the career site FAQs.

    What is Student Programs?

    Student Programs is responsible for attracting, hiring, and integrating the best student talent from all backgrounds, around the world. We develop relationships with schools and student-related organizations to attract bar-raising undergraduate, MBA, Masters, and PhD candidates in both technical and non-technical roles across the globe.

    What roles does the Student Programs team recruit for?

    We recruit current undergraduate and graduate students for internship and full-time opportunities in different roles including, but not limited to, software development engineers, support engineers, product managers, operations managers, applied scientists, vendor managers, and financial analysts.

    In what countries does Amazon hire students for these roles?

    We recruit for internships and full-time roles in more than 30 countries around the world across the Americas, Asia, Australia, Europe, the Middle East, and South Africa.

    Can I apply to multiple roles?

    Yes, please apply to the role(s) that align with both your interests and skillset. You will be evaluated against the requirements for each role and may interview for different roles at the same time.

    Should I apply for an internship or wait to apply for a full-time role?

    We recommend applying for an internship to gain valuable work experience and learn first-hand what it’s like to work at Amazon, but we still welcome direct applications to full-time roles.

    Is there an application deadline for full-time positions? What if I missed it – can I still apply?

    There are no application deadlines for internships and full-time positions (including specialty science and research positions, and undergraduate non-technical roles). However, we encourage students to apply early in the fall preceding their graduation to increase the likelihood of interviewing for an open role.

    Full-time and intern MBA roles in North America are posted on Amazon will review full-time applications on a rolling basis in preparation for interviews that will begin at the end of August 2021. In North America, intern applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis beginning in early November 2020 in preparation for interviews that will begin in early January 2021. We encourage students to apply early to increase the likelihood of interviewing for an open role.

    MBA hiring in India will begin in October 2020 for interns and in December 2020 for full-time positions. We encourage students to get in touch with their placement committees on campus to learn more about our hiring events and the application process for Amazon. 
    For MBA internships and full-time opportunities in Europe (Launch program), Amazon engages directly with universities. We encourage students to get in touch with their university career centers to learn more about Amazon hiring events and the application process.

    Where can I find the status of my application? When will I hear back from Amazon?

    You can see the status of your application in the candidate portal. If you applied for a tech role in North America, including SDE and non-SDE tech, aside from tech eng hardware, check the status of your application here. To check the status of your application for all other roles, including tech eng hardware, check the status of your application here. We review applications throughout the year on a rolling basis and will contact you directly if we are interested in moving forward with your candidacy.

    I was referred for a specific role by a current Amazonian – what do I do now?

    If you are referred to a specific open role, a recruiter from the Student Programs team will reach out to have you complete your application via If your application is selected for further review, someone from Student Programs will contact you directly.

    How do I best prepare for Amazon’s interview process?

    To prepare for your interview, we suggest reviewing our Leadership Principles. Amazonians use the Leadership Principles every day – whether we're discussing ideas for new projects or deciding the best approach to solve a problem. We also encourage you to visit Interviewing at Amazon to learn more about the interview process and how to prepare.

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    This surprisingly common interview mistake can cost you the job, according to a top Amazon recruiter

    Every second counts to make a strong first impression during a job interview. Interviewers will pay attention to even minor details such as your posture and eye contact as they determine whether or not you're a good fit for the role.

    One particularslip-up, however, could knock you out of the running for your dream job — and it's a mistake that, surprisingly, a lot of candidates make, Amazon senior recruiter DJ Cabeen tells CNBC Make It. "My biggest pet peeve is when candidates use curse words or inappropriate language during an interview," he says. "It's a major turnoff, it does not go over well or feel professional at all."

    It's not a mistake specific to younger, less experienced candidates either. "I've been recruiting for more than 10 years at this point and I can't tell you how many interviews I've had with candidates where they use curse words," Cabeen says. "It's not just entry-level candidates, it's also older, very experienced candidates I've spoken to, it runs the whole gamut of tenure."

    Another common gaffe Cabeen has noticed during interviews is candidates showing up without knowing basic information about the team or role they're applying for. "Doing your homework and preparing well for these interviews is something I also unfortunately don't see a lot of people do," he says. "But researching the company, the team and the interviewer is a really important step and an easy way to stand out in the application process."

    Amazon offers several free resources to guide applicants applying for open roles at the tech giant on its Amazon Jobs website, "Inside Amazon" YouTube channel and LinkedIn feed about best interviewing practices. Cabeen recommends people interested in working for Amazon study the company's leadership principles as hiring managers use them to assess candidates throughout the interview process. "We really want to see that the experience a candidate brings to the table really aligns with our leadership principles, like ownership, frugality and being curious, because those are really the foundation of who we are as a company," Cabeen says. 

    Cabeen recommends another easy way to stand out in any job interview: find something in common with the interviewer, such as a favorite hobby or a place where you've both lived. "It's those little connection points that make the conversation feel more comfortable and show me people really took the time to prepare for this interview, which always really impresses me," he says. "It also puts me more at ease because interviewers get nervous for these conversations, too, even though we do them all day long!" 

    Job seekers can explore more than 40,000 corporate and tech roles as well as thousands of operations roles at Amazon during the tech giant's virtual career fair on September 15. The event is part of a larger push by Amazon to fill 55,000 roles in those sectors globally in the coming months, Amazon CEO Andy Jassy told Reuters. The new hires would represent a 20% increase in Amazon's tech and corporate staff, CNBC reported. 

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    Amazon's 2 new headquarters will need bodies to fill 50,000 high paying jobs: Here's how to land one

    Amazon will soon have more than 50,000 jobs to fill.

    The company announced this month it will open two new headquarters, one in New York City, and the other in northern Virginia, and that the average salary will be more than $150,000.

    Wondering if you could be a contender?

    CNBC talked with former recruiters at the e-commerce giant about what candidates should expect. They spoke on the condition of anonymity because they're bound by agreements not to speak publicly about their time at the company.

    Brian was a recruiter at Amazon for six years.

    The hiring process is "extremely competitive," he said. He'd typically bring in around seven candidates for an in-person interview for every one position he filled. "How many folks do the online assessment or a phone screen?" he said. "That could be 20 to one."

    The company's 14 leadership principles, he said, play a big role in the interviews. Come equipped, he said, to tell personal stories that demonstrate these values, which include customer obsession and frugality. "This is how they measure cultural fit," Brian said.

    Candidates are asked to submit references, he said. "Anything you can give on a personal level, like from a co-worker will stand out," Brian said.

    Amazon also has a new online guide to help prepare candidates for the application process.

    Ray, a former recruiting associate at Amazon, said hiring managers increasingly prefer people who have a specific skill set over those who can do many tasks somewhat well.

    "There needs to a core strength that you have that you really want to contribute to the team's mission," he said. "My advice to most people is to be intentional — know exactly what you want to do at the company."

    Recruiters can't respond to every applicant, he said, but candidates should look at the process as they would dating.

    "If someone doesn't get back to you," Ray said, "take that as a stance of where they are in terms of interest."

    Ryan was a recruiter at Amazon for more than three years. He said the best way to apply for a job at the company is on its careers website, and added that people should reach out directly to recruiters, as well.

    "Most recruiters, especially at Amazon, where you are competing against other Amazon recruiters, check applicants every day," Ryan said.

    Quick tips:

    • Don't just apply on Amazon's careers website. Reach out to their recruiters on LinkedIn.

    • Make sure your resume is well-formatted and typo-free.

    • Study the company's 14 leadership principles, and be prepared to talk about how you've demonstrated them.

    • Techies should brush up on their computer science skills, and be ready for a coding test.

    • Some applicants will also have to write an essay.

    Finding these people shouldn't be hard. Most recruiters have a special LinkedIn license that allows applicants to message them over the platform for free, Ryan explained. "Reach out to ones that are in the division you want to work at," Ryan said.

    Update your social media profiles, Ryan said, adding that Amazon recruiters search for talent on LinkedIn, GitHub and Stack Overflow. Be on the lookout for the hiring events that Amazon holds at various cities, Ryan said.

    It's crucial that your resume is well-formatted and typo-free, he said. "Say you're a developer; if your resume has mistakes, it makes me wonder – and definitely hiring managers — how clean your code is," Ryan said.

    The application process at Amazon typically takes around a month, he said.

    Some candidates will be asked to take a writing assessment, which is basically an essay, he said. "Includes the techies," he said.

    People applying for technical roles should brush up on their core computer science skills, he said, including data structures and algorithms. "You will be doing those both on phone interviews and then coding on a whiteboard when you come in," he said. In preparation, he recommends that you study with the book, "Programming Interviews Exposed: Secrets to Landing Your Next Job."

    Once you leave your interview, the hiring team will debrief. "How they evaluate it is, 'Will this person be better than 50 percent of the people on my team?'" he said.

    New Yorkers and Virginians hoping they'll have a leg up might be unpleasantly surprised, he said. "Amazon will happily relocate people," he said. In fact, his favorite memory at the company was when he offered a job to a man from Mexico.

    "He was so over the moon to be moving to the United States," Ryan said. "He could barely keep it together."

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