The Amazon-ification Of Retail Has Triggered A Rapid Shift In Industry Hiring

by MR Magazine Staff

The idea that every company is a software company now feels especially relevant in retail—and not just at shops like Amazon Go, the experimental, cashier-free retail concept recently started by Amazon. Amazon Go, which has more than a dozen and a half stores in cities including Seattle, Chicago, San Francisco, and New York, currently has more than 100 open job listings for software engineers, optical engineers, hardware-design engineers, and experts in applied sciences. But the rest of the U.S. retail industry is trying to load up on tech talent, too. Read more at Quartz.