Life at AWS

Careers, culture, and community at AWS

Welcome to Life at AWS. These employee stories feature our amazing people sharing their perspectives, personal journeys, and insights on working at AWS. Explore the many ways our culture of innovation, diversity, equity & inclusion (DEI) efforts, and continual opportunities for career growth and professional fulfillment empower our team members to build the future they want at AWS.

Four women Amazon employees post in front of a sign that says "Mental Health and Well-Being. They are working at a booth at a sales event to promote the affinity group's work at Amazon. They are also holding up green bags with the affinity group's name and logo printed on them.

Prioritizing employee well-being: inside Amazon’s Mental Health and Well-being affinity group

A Q&A with two global leaders from the Mental Health and Well-being affinity group about their efforts to support Amazon employees.

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Solutions architects from the AWS Healthcare and Life Sciences org pose for a team photo in front of the Amazon Spheres building in downtown Seattle.

Inside the role: How one AWS solutions architect fuels pharma drug discovery

From strategic technology counsel to enabling breakthrough solutions, solutions architects in AWS’s Healthcare and Life Science organization play a pivotal role in accelerating pharmaceutical research and drug discovery.

Two woman engage in a conversation with each other in an Amazon office.

8 interview tips from Amazon Bar Raisers to help you clinch the job

Is an earthquake interrupting your interview? (Yes, really.) These seasoned interviewers have seen it all—and offer key advice on how to succeed and shine.

A photo of AWS CEO Matt Garman with his arms crossed. Garman is standing in front of a wall that has a lit sign of the AWS logo.

From AWS intern to CEO: 10 things you need to know about Matt Garman

Garman was AWS’s first product manager, helped build and launch a slew of core services, understands what it means to listen to customers, and stresses that security will always be the company’s number one priority.


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