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Technical Product Manager Jersey City, NJ

Quidsi Inc., is an entrepreneurial leader and parent company to (baby care), (health, beauty, personal care and household…

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Sr Manager Product Management Seattle, WA

· Lead product roadmap and strategy for Kindle devices with hardware and software components · Work closely with executive staff and engineering…

13 days ago

Associate Product Manager Seattle, WA

technical product manager with strong analytical skills to take on critical… product manager in Amazon Web Services, you will work with the world’s…

3 days ago

Senior Product Marketing Manager Seattle, WA

As Product Marketing Manager, you’ll approach marketing objectives with creativity, earn trust from internal…

12 days ago

Senior Manager of Product Managers Seattle, WA

You will be deeply involved in the evolution across our most strategic businesses and will work cross-functionally with a wide breadth of teams at…

5 days ago

Lead Principal Product Manager Seattle, WA

looking for a Principal Product Manager for Kindle Reader who can…

3 days ago

Senior Manager of Product Management Seattle, WA

As the Senior Manager of Product Management, you will define, build… hire and lead a scrappy team of product managers and designers, and you will…

8 days ago

Senior Technical Product Manager Seattle, WA

include engaging internal and external customers and other product managers to identify new product opportunities,…

9 days ago

Senior Product Manager Seattle, WA +6 locations

· You will move fast, innovate, and find ways to simplify. Qualifications · 5+ years product management and/or business leadership experience…

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    Ability to drive a big idea to fruition and be part of one of the most innovative, fast-paced companies on earth. Amazon is best suited for highly motivated and unencumbered folks who want to pour everything they have into their work and career. You are your own biggest obstacle in how much you can accomplish. The culture is very entrepreneurial and scrappy, so if you thrive on that sort of environment, you may fit in well. Brush up on your writing skills and ditch PowerPoint as a communication tool; it's not used here. Instead, you will hone the craft of pointed business narrative writing, which is a great skill to acquire in any career path.


    Don't plan on a much of a personal life, work/life balance, or relaxing holidays. Amazon is intense and not for everyone. There a very high attrition rate, mostly due to burnout. As a young recent college grad looking to make a notable dent in your career with a Tier 1 brand, it's a great place to work. For those who have years of experience and no kids, I'd say it's still a great place to carve out a cool career, maybe. But for those who value being present in your family life - for your spouse and kids - I'd not recommend Amazon. The pressure and pace equates to lots of stress, which isn't good for your health or that of your family.

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    I have not seem much community outreach or much encouragement to volunteer. Seems odd. Are we that busy that we can't take time to give back? Also, there's a ton of focus on Work Hard and Make History, but very little on Have Fun. High attrition is not good for the company when you look at the cost of recruiting top talent. The culture seems sterile and cold. Maybe it's a by-product of being so busy 24/7 trying to keep up. In any case, it's off-putting to new employees.

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