Jobs

Platform Industry: Amazon corporate logo on a wall

Amazon CEO unveils 55,000 tech jobs in first hiring push under his watch

Amazon.com Inc is planning to hire 55,000 people for corporate and technology roles globally in the coming months, its new CEO Andy Jassy told journalists at our partner news agenc...

Platform News: TikTok office building in the US

TikTok lets users apply for jobs with video resumes

Short-video sharing app TikTok has launched a pilot program that lets users upload video resumes for US-based jobs ranging from a WWE Superstar to a senior data engineer at Shopify...

Platform News: ZipRecruiter

ZipRecruiter files to go public via direct listing

Online job marketplace ZipRecruiter has filed to go public through a direct listing on the New York Stock Exchange, the company said on Friday.

Platform Economy: TikTok and US politics

TikTok’s promise of 25,000 new US jobs sets lofty goal

Even as dealmakers bicker over who will really own TikTok Global, another query arose after President Donald J Trump agreed over the weekend to maintain the exceptionally popular v...

Platform News: Microsoft-owned professional networking giant LinkedIn

LinkedIn cuts 960 jobs as COVID-19 impacts corporate hiring

LinkedIn has announced that it would cut about 960 jobs, or approximately 6% of its global workforce, as the COVID-19 pandemic is having a sustained impact on demand for its recrui...

Platform Industry: Microsoft operating system users

Microsoft trims jobs as it enters new fiscal year

Microsoft Corp has said it had trimmed its workforce across geographies and teams as it entered a new fiscal year from the 1st of July.

Platform News: Amazon Coronavirus response

Amazon to add another 75,000 jobs amid coronavirus pandemic

Amazon.com has stated that it plans to hire 75,000 people for jobs ranging from warehouse staff to delivery drivers as the coronavirus epidemic kept Americans locked in their homes...

Platform Industry: Amazon branding on screen

Amazon to hire 100,000 people as online orders surge due to coronavirus

Amazon.com Inc has said it would hire 100,000 warehouse and delivery workers in the US to help deal with a surge in online orders, as many consumers have turned to the web to meet ...