2,000 jobs up for grabs at Amazon this year

Amazon is to create 2,000 new jobs in the UK this year, taking its total permanent UK workforce to more than 29,500 by the end of the year.

The online retail giant is recruiting a range of roles include engineers, software developers, data scientists, and cloud and machine learning experts, along with a number of entry-level positions.

Around 170 of the new jobs will be highly-skilled roles at Amazon’s development centres in Cambridge, Edinburgh and London. 

However, Amazon adds it also plans to hire graduates and interns in a variety of technical, non-technical and operations roles. 

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