Job creation and investment

Three skyscrapers reach for the blue sky in Pittsburgh, PA. The perspective is from the ground, looking upward.
Amazon's Pittsburgh offices. (JORDAN STEAD / Amazon)

Catalyst for growth

How Amazon’s urban campus revitalized a Seattle neighborhood, and created nearly 100,000 new jobs.

The Amazon effect: What a fulfillment center means to its community

From Southern California to Chattanooga, Tennessee, Amazon is directly—and indirectly—helping local economies thrive.

Feeding a sense of community in Chattanooga

Amazon has helped spark a bustling food truck scene outside its warehouse in Tennessee, which keeps employees well-fed and local businesses booming.

Fall River’s second chance

How Amazon’s warehouse is strengthening this historic Massachusetts community.

The real Amazon effect

How a California community is flourishing since Amazon came to town.

Experience to build on

Former Amazonians create hundreds of Seattle-area jobs by starting new companies.

Building in Boulder

Why talent, tech, and lots of sun and skiing make this Colorado city an ideal new hub for Amazon.

Preserving a ranch’s scarcest resource

By saving precious time, Amazon frees up this Wyoming rancher to focus on the work he loves.

In photos: Amazon expands Vancouver Tech Hub, adding 3,000 high-tech jobs

These new hires will join the more than 6,000 full-time Amazonians across Canada, ranging from customer fulfillment associates to researchers and software engineers.

45,000 and counting

Amazon now has more than 45,000 employees in our hometown, Seattle. Discover why our employees joined, why they stay, and why their ID badges aren't all the same color.
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