Amazon, the world's largest e-commerce company, has decided to offer full-time jobs to 70% of its temporary staff after the Corona 19 crisis.

Amazon has hired 175,000 people in the United States after the Corona crisis, of which 125,000 warehouse temporary workers are expected to offer full-time transitions next month.

The remaining 50,000 will work for a fixed-term contract for up to 11 months.

CNBC broadcasts analyzed that Amazon is a sign that sales have increased enough after the Corona 19 crisis to fill people.

Wal-Mart, the largest retail chain in the United States, also hired 235,000 new employees during the Corona 19 crisis and some converted to full-time jobs.

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