Associated Press (09/29/22) Hadero, Haleluya
Amazon announced that it will boost its average starting pay for frontline workers to $19 an hour, up from $18, to attract more workers ahead of the holiday season amid a tight labor market. Next month, the company said hourly wages for warehouse and transportation workers will range from $16 to $26, based on position and location. Amazon’s minimum wage will hold steady at $15 an hour.
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