Amazon Is Now Hiring 3,000 Work-from-Home Positions

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PARIS, FRANCE - JAN 28, 2016: Amazon logotype printed on cardboard box side, seen from above on a wooden floor. Amazon Inc is the an American electronic e-commerce company

Amazon is now hiring thousands of work-from-home jobs

Are you looking for a new job? How about working from the comfort of your own home? If so, then we have the perfect opportunity for you. Whether your interested in becoming an actor, model, filmmaker, or just looking for a job, Project Casting features the latest and hottest jobs you need to know. Amazon just announced they are looking for 3,000 people to fill work-from-home positions in select areas. The Work from Home Seasonal Customer Service Associate is a part-time position focused on giving customers Amazon-worthy service. "As an Amazon Customer Service Associate (CSA) it is a critical part of our mission to listen to the customer’s needs, deliver timely results, accurate information, personalized resolutions, and maintain our professional environment of supporting all Amazon customers," the job description writes. Amazon Studios May 3, 2018 Sunnyvale / CA / USA - Amazon logo on the facade of one of their office buildings located in Silicon Valley, San Francisco bay area (Sundry Photography / You should expect to work 20 to 29 hours each work at an hourly rate of $15. You can expect to work up to 60 hours a week during the peak season with an overtime pay at 1.5x base rate. Shifts include mornings, afternoons and evenings and typically one or both weekend days. Amazon also offers other benefits including employee discounts, access to the Employee Assitance Program, which provides 24/7 support and resources for professional and personal needs. Plus, you'll earn healthcare coverage after 90 days of employment. To apply you must live within 50 miles or less from one of Amazon's physical Cutomer Service Sites in Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi , Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Washington, Wisconsin, or Wyoming. Applicants must have at least their high school diploma or equivalent, distraction-free workspace, and reliable internet. Are you interested? Check out Amazon's job board here. Related: