Amazon Career Day provided tangible advice and indepth guidance for job seekers - from building a professional brand to employment advice, resumes and interviewing


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Amazon hosts virtual Career Day to support job seekers

Amazon hosts virtual Career Day to support job seekers

 September 17, 2020

Amazon hosted a virtual Career Day to help job seekers find and prepare for their next job.

“COVID-19 continues to affect millions of people across the country, and people are eager for the opportunity to get back to work,” said Beth Galetti, Senior Vice President of Human Resources at Amazon.

“We’re continuing to hire people from all backgrounds and at all skill levels, and we're glad to be able to mobilize our team of experienced recruiters and HR professionals to help job seekers across the country learn about opportunities at Amazon and elsewhere.”

Accessing useful career advice and practical tips 

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Amazon Career Day gave attendees the chance to learn about the more than 100,000 available jobs across Amazon’s operations network, as well as the 33,000 open corporate and tech roles that support businesses like Alexa, Amazon Web Services, operations technology, and Prime Video – among others. 

Amazon's Career Day content also explained Amazon's interview process and provided useful information about the company's culture and benefits.

Discussions with leading career experts and Amazon executives

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The free event was streamed online and included three hours of fireside chats, panels, and discussions with career experts and Amazon executives providing advice, insights, and tips on how to find that next job. 

As well as recorded content, Amazon also offered blogs and articles to help people re-imagine their resume, prepare for interviews, and build their professional brand.

Inside tips on finding the right job

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Industry experts from TopResume, The Muse and ZipRecruiter offered their latest inside tips on finding the right job and exploring different career paths. 

“Events like this are incredibly important in helping job seekers develop a game plan and feel confident about their path,” said Amanda Augustine, a career advice expert with TopResume who joined the Amazon Career Day panel on how to stand out in the hiring process. “A lot of people are claiming unemployment for the first time ever and, therefore, may not know where to start.”

Impressive advice and support from engaging speakers 

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Amazon's Career Day saw a range of speakers and special guests including: 

  • Amanda Augustine - Career Expert, TopResume
  • Antonio Neves - Speaker, Career Success Expert, and Author
  • Cherris Armour - Director, Amazon Worldwide Operations
  • Dan Schawbel - New York Times bestselling author and the Managing Partner of Workplace Intelligence
  • David Bozeman - Vice President, Amazon Transportation Services
  • Elizabeth Nieto - Head of Amazon Global Diversity and Inclusion
  • Ian Siegel - Co-Founder and CEO of ZipRecruiter
  • Kara Hurst - Vice President, Amazon Worldwide Sustainability
  • Karamo Brown - ‘Queer Eye’ Host, Activist
  • Kathryn Minshew - CEO and Founder of The Muse
  • Kelly Monahan - Talent Research Lead at Accenture Research
  • Kuae Kelch Mattox - Editorial Producer, CNN and National President of Mocha Moms, Inc.
  • Leland Melvin - Engineer, Retired Astronaut, and former professional football player

Watch Amazon's on-demand sessions

Explore recorded content from  Amazon's Career Day, as well as videos, blogs, and articles to help you re-imagine your resume, prepare for interviews, and build your professional brand.

Spend time exploring Amazon’s content spotlight to learn more about Amazon's interview process, culture, and benefits.

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Showcase your talents to stand out

Amazon thanked the thousands of attendees, inspiring speakers, and dedicated recruiters, who joined their first virtual Amazon Career Day and provided such tangible advice for job search.

The range of practical sessions were highly useful and provided considerable insight into what its like to work at Amazon. 

The company is inviting career interest across its many job vacancies - so get cracking and submit your details and make sure your strengths, passion and interests stand out on your resume.

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At Amazon, employees thrive in an inclusive workplace culture with great benefits.

If you're interested in exploring roles at Amazon, find out more about the latest vacancies.

 

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