Yes, Amazon sponsors H1B: How to Get a Job at Amazon

A student recently asked us if Amazon sponsors H1B. The answer is a definite yes. Amazon is a massive company leading us into the future of work. From e-commerce to cloud computing to leading in Alexa voice, Amazon works at the cutting edge. And that means they need technically skilled H1B workers like you to help them.

There are rumors that Amazon has stopped sponsoring H1B. It’s simply not true. There is no official Amazon sponsorship policy but Amazon hires more H1B visas than Google and Facebook combined. Amazon applied for over 2,500 H1B visas in 2017 an increase of 78% from the previous year. Even better, Amazon pays its workers well. n Amazon H1B salary is quite high – technical program managers make over $140,000 a year. While that isn’t an entry level job, even UX designers start at $82,000 a year and support engineer between 87,000 – 94,000.

Amazon Sponsors H1B for several positions

It’s common knowledge that Amazon hires the most MBAs. But that’s not the only position they hire for. Amazon sponsors H1B for many technical roles:

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Job Search Basics: Engineering jobs for International Students

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Why don’t companies sponsor H-1B visas for international students?

It’s one of the first questions I get as an international student career coach: “Why don’t companies sponsor H-1B visas for international students?” Most students experience rejection from the start of their job search because H-1B visa sponsor companies are difficult to find.

Here are the most common reasons why a company doesn’t offer H1-B visa sponsorship.

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