Amazon is currently trying to fill thousands of new work-from-home jobs, but you have to know where to look to avoid the scams.
Amazon.jobs is the retailer’s official employment website. When you click on “Remote career opportunities,” you’ll see a list of the latest virtual jobs that are available right now.
The e-commerce giant is going on a spring hiring spree and you can work from the comfort of your own home if you land one of the thousands of available positions.
Check out these Amazon work at home job listings
Amazon is looking to add 3,000 remote customer service associates to the payroll as part of its spring staffing blitz.
The positions entail communicating with customers by phone, chat and email to resolve issues around late packages, damaged items, promotions, returns/refunds, and much more.
The pay rate is $15/hour and typical hours will be between 20 and 29 per week. However, there is the possibility of up to 60 hours per week during crunch times. Overtime is paid at time and a half.
A high school diploma and related experience are required.
And here’s a nice bonus: You’ll become eligible for health care coverage after 90 days on the job. Amazon has vowed to take a central role in reinventing employee health benefits through a new partnership called Haven.
These positions are available in 18 states:
- New Mexico
- North Dakota
- South Dakota
FlexJobs.com says it’s likely the jobs will remain open just weeks until they’re all filled. So you’d better act fast!
Other remote positions like technical account manager, migration lead, front-end engineer, program manager and security consultant are also available at Amazon.jobs.
Amazon work-from-home jobs: What you need to know before you apply
If you want to work from home with Amazon, go to Amazon.jobs to review the open positions and apply today.
There’s a reason we’ve mentioned Amazon.jobs so many times in this article. That’s because scammers have been using Amazon’s name to target people who are interested in work-from-home jobs.
If anyone calls you and directs you to a different website to apply for a remote job with Amazon, hang up the phone. It’s a scam!
Fake Amazon jobs site
Real Amazon jobs site
Team Clark has checked out a number of the websites that job seekers are being sent to. They promise that you can make $500 a day, set your own hours and no experience is required.
Does that sound too good to be true? It is! Here are the websites to avoid:
To learn more about legitimate work-from-home jobs with Amazon, the place to go is Amazon.jobs. Do not click on the links for any other site that promises you a job with the retail giant.