Among the perks listed were the following: Full-time positions include medical benefits starting on day one and tuition pre-payment for high demand careers. Part-time positions include medical benefits that begin after 90 days and tuition pre-payment.
The company said it offers "competitive pay" for full-time workers as well as part-time workers. Wages for the advertised positions range from $11.50 an hour in Tennessee to $13.75 an hour near Amazon's Seattle headquarters.
Amazon provided the following handy dress code tips for today's interviews:
- Long hair must be pinned or tied up to a length that does not exceed the top of the shoulder. Beards may not exceed three inches from the face without being tied up or netted
- Extraneous articles hanging from clothing, such as chains or drawstrings, can cause a safety-risk and are prohibited
- We ask guests to wear flat, closed-toe and closed-heel shoes.
- Jewelry that dangles or protrudes from the body may come in contact with machinery and result in a safety hazard
Some lucky candidates would be given job offers on the stop: they will pack or sort boxes.
Considering Amazon's exponential surge in (mostly part-time) employment, today's countrywide job fair was not surprising.
What was surprising, however, are the long lines of thousands of unemployed people who showed up desperate for even a part-time job across the nation. And yes, as the gentleman says 55 seconds into the clip below, he is "desperate." Most americans not in the satanic network are desperate, very much so. And mostly, they have no idea who is doing it to them as they vote for the likes of Hildebeast and other monsters.
Some more examples, from New Jersey:
More Jersey:Wow! Check out the line of people waiting to apply for #AmazonJobsDay! @News12NJ pic.twitter.com/L6FsrLwtrY— Kristina Behr (@KristinaBehr) August 2, 2017
Hundreds lined up outside the @amazon warehouse center in Robbinsville looking for work on Amazon Jobs Day @njdotcom pic.twitter.com/2MRD5KtcGH— Avalon Zoppo (@AvalonZoppo) August 2, 2017