United States e-commerce organisation, Amazon says that it has planned to create more than 4000 jobs in Britain, a development that will rank it among 10 biggest private sector employers.
Financial Times reports that the online retail group made the statement on Friday adding that the new roles would spread across the UK, with new centres set to swing into operation in Knowsley and Wakefield, both in northern England.
Amazon also the said it look forward to into having latest expansion that make its permanent workforce to 75,000.
Amazon Plans To Create 4000 UK Jobs This Year Amid Global Slowdown
The jobs also promised to be in corporate and technology aspects in software development, product management and engineering.
“We’re continuing to invest in talent right across the UK, from apprentices in Swansea to data scientists in Edinburgh,” said Amazon UK country manager John Boumphrey.
The announcement comes ahead of Amazon’s second-quarter earnings, due later this month.