Amazon said it plans to add another 125,000 hourly workers across the United States starting on an average of $18 an hour as the ecommerce giant continues to push on with an eye-watering hiring spree over the last 18 months. The announcement follows Amazon’s announcement two weeks ago it plans to hire 55,000 people for corporate roles globally. In an announcement on Tuesday, the company said...
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