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Amazon now employs more than 21,000 veterans and military spouses in the U.S.

Company on track to surpass pledge to hire 25,000 veterans and military spouses by 2021.

Hire power: How Amazonians ‘raise the bar’ with every interview

More than 3,300 Bar Raisers at Amazon provide diverse, unbiased points of view during the interview process.

Amazonians bring their parents to work

Each year thousands of parents visit Amazon campuses during Bring Your Parents to Work Day, but how much do they know about their child's job?

What a longtime Amazonian told his daughter before her Amazon interview

SPOILER: He shared the same advice he'd given to strangers - a key tip for anyone aspiring to work at Amazon.

6 things that make Amazon a "Best Workplace for Innovators"

Innovation takes place as a part of everyday work. Everyone at Amazon is a builder, and everyone is here because of their desire to deconstruct, and create, on behalf of our customers.

Big hair? Restless mind? Authors tell kids to love their true selves.

The children who saw Crystal Swain-Bates and Dav Pilkey at Amazon's 2019 Bring Your Kids to Work Day got the message that they should revel in the things that make them different.

Skills today for tomorrow’s jobs

Amazon pledges to upskill 100,000 U.S. employees by 2025 through programs like Amazon Technical Academy.

The future of work is now

An op-ed from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation: The future of work is now and the problem we are solving is not adapting to new technologies, but adapting to the dynamism of the economy, which will only accelerate.

Investing in education, training, and development for workers

An op-ed from UpSkill America at The Aspen Institute: At UpSkill America, we study the ways in which employers are investing in the education, training and development of their workers and then work with other companies to adopt those practices as they create, expand or improve their own upskilling programs.

Human+ machine, new skilling, and inclusivity are key to driving a talent agenda

An op-ed from Accenture: Six decades later, it is time to address technology’s impact on talent.
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