Amazon‘s presence in Boston is growing. The firm announced Tuesday that it would add 3,000 jobs in the Boston area, including human resources, artificial intelligence, and software development roles.
The firm already has a large presence in the Boston area — it has at least 3,700 employees at its existing Boston Tech Hub. The firm leased an additional 17-story building in the city.
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When a US-based firm hires a foreign worker, they have to file a visa application with the US Office of Foreign Labor Certification. The applications for these visas are published online. Insider analyzed more than 200 of Amazon‘s visa applications for Boston-based employees from 2019 and 2020 to understand how Amazon pays employees.
It’s important to note that the visa application data only reflects base salaries, and does not include bonuses, incentive awards, or benefits that would typically be part of a total rewards package.
Let’s take a look at job families in Amazon‘s Boston offices, and how much you could make.