Amazon Web Services Benefits
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Which benefits does Amazon Web Services provide?
Current and former employees report that Amazon Web Services provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
Insurance, Health & Wellness
Employee Benefit Reviews
Showing 1–10 of 525 comments
- Vacation & Paid Time Off(141 comments)
“good for me but I didn't spend vacation too much”
- Health Insurance(41 comments)
“proserve to family although served”
- Employee Discount(30 comments)
“just anazon.com 10% discount, Limit $100 once a year.”
Decent benefits package, covered all the things you'd expect
I could get similar package in much smaller companies
Great benefits package that covers most things.
good place to work take the job
What people are saying about Amazon Web Services
5 months ago
Hello all! I recently earned my Masters in Cybersecurity, earned my Security +, and working on other certs like AWS CCP, CySA, and the would like to earn the CISSP once I have experience. I’ve been in healthcare IT for 5 years now and I’m very confident my skills can be transferred. Is anyone aware of any IAM entry level roles?
8 months ago
Hi guys! I’m currently in the middle of pivoting to an SDE role. I’m a manager at Amazon, and took some time off to join an accelerated software engineering program. I know it’s a tough time for junior devs right now, any advice for someone looking to pivot? How do you stand out and make a notable difference? Ideally I’d like to transfer over to AWS since I’m already in the company.
Salaries in STEM
9 months ago
Software Engineer II
Hey all, I am a mid level software engineer in the healthcare industry making 80k. I have experiencing designing/creating APIs and services in C sharp, testing all of our services during regression, and setting up our testing infrastructure and pipelines in AWS. I feel like I am getting underpaid with all I do with only 3/4 years of experience. Another company is offering 100k+ for being a Senior QA engineer. My question is am I being paid fairly and does the senior QA Engineer offer sound good?
10 months ago
Hey There, a team I work with needs a few Sr. Devops Engineers that are well versed in AWS (EC2, Lambda, ECS/EKS). Platform automation skills like IaC, CaC, Terraform and Ansible along with CI/CD, TDD, Agile, etc. Should also have a background in software development using C#,.net,Java or Python. BS in CS preferred along with with 6-10 years experience. US Citizens, no H1B Large company, good benefits, works out of major metro areas in US. Target pay around 160K depending on location
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PTO, 401k match and bonus are good
It used to be better but its alright. There isn't alot of coverage as much as it used to be.
The 401K match is low
401k matching is too low
Believe what you read, it’s all true
there were no special benefits for contractors