Monday, September 27, 2021

Amazon now wants to hire 4,900 employees in Colorado

Retail giant Amazon is looking for 4,900 additional employees in Colorado, which is almost split between Metro Denver and Colorado Springs. In Pueblo, e-commerce support firm Radial announced Tuesday that it wants to add more than 500 customer service agents to help its clients cope with the holiday crash. And investment firm Fidelity recently said it plans to add 500 associates to the state.

“Right now, there are more than 125,000 open jobs in the state of Colorado. With the expiration of the Supplementary Federal Stimulus Benefit, many Coloradians need better, more flexible, better-paying jobs,” Joe Berella, executive director of the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment, said in an Amazon hiring announcement Tuesday. Said in the statement.

Amazon has hired 450,000 people nationally since the epidemic began, mostly in response to growing online retail demand. Although brick-and-mortar retailers have revived as the economy has revived, the company has continued to hire, and so have its delivery partners, who are looking to hire an additional 125,000 workers nationally by the end of the year.

Nicky Wheeler, a local spokeswoman for Amazon, said the company’s latest push in the state is set for 2,200 Colorado Springs out of 900 rentals, where the company has opened a new distribution center this year. The other 2,700 are spread across metro areas, where the company has added two new delivery stations this year that were already in various facilities.

Read Also:  Farmers need ROI to adopt Exact-ag
Amazon now wants to hire 4,900 employees in Colorado
Nation World News Desk
Nation World News is the fastest emerging news website covering all the latest news, world’s top stories, science news entertainment sports cricket’s latest discoveries, new technology gadgets, politics news, and more.
Latest news
Related news
- Advertisement -

Leave a Reply