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Amazon to add 100,000 US jobs in next 18 months

FT.com Thursday, 12 January 2017
Move seen as helping mend fences with incoming administration
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Amazon announced on Thursday that it plans to create 100,000 new full-time, full-benefit jobs over the next 18 months. This addition will expand Amazon's workforce to 280,000. That's a 56 percent increase from 2016. Many of these new jobs were expected, since Amazon announced plans to create new...

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