Amazon’s warehouse pay-rate has left some workers homeless and struggling

//Amazon’s warehouse pay-rate has left some workers homeless and struggling

Amazon’s warehouse pay-rate has left some workers homeless and struggling

Amazon job ads are everywhere. Plastered on city buses, displayed on career websites, slotted between songs on classic rock stations. They promise a quick start, US$15 an hour and health insurance. In recent weeks, America’s second-largest employer has rolled out videos featuring happy package handlers wearing masks, a pandemic-era twist on its annual holiday season hiring spree.Amazon’s object is to persuade potential recruits that there’s no better place to work.The reality is less rosy. Many…

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