When you apply for a job at Amazon, your job application goes through various stages before you are hired. “Under Consideration” is one of those stages. What does this mean?
Does this mean that you have a job lined up — or do you have to do more before you are offered a job at Amazon? Keep reading, as we explain exactly what an “Under Consideration” job application means!
When your Amazon application is “Under Consideration”, this means that Amazon is surveying your application and seeing if they think you will make a good addition to their workplace. This does not mean you have the job yet, though it could mean that you will have one in the future.
Below, we explain even more of what you can expect if your job application is “Under Consideration”!
Yes, it is good if your application is under consideration! This means you have already checked some boxes for those at Amazon who are conducting the hiring process. Your job experience or resume has already interested them.
Now, your application is “Under Consideration”. This means that they’ll survey your application some more before they finally decide if they believe you would make a good addition to their Amazon workplace!
The timeframe your application may stay “Under Consideration” can vary from person to person. Some people may only see their application in this phase for a few days, while others may see it for more than a week.
Amazon states that they update your application process immediately — so what you see is always an updated version!
“Under Review” and “Under Consideration” can often sound like the same thing. So, what does it mean when it comes to your Amazon application?
On average, when you first put your application in, your application will be “Under Review”. This means that your entire application is being reviewed.
When your application is “Under Consideration”, this means that a supervisor or hiring manager is now taking a closer look at your application. They are looking at your resume and seeing if you would fit in at Amazon.
Therefore, “Under Consideration” is the next phase after “Under Review” and tends to take place when a hiring manager is truly looking at your application and deciding whether to hire you or not.
If your Amazon application has been under review for two weeks, don’t worry too much yet. The hiring process could be taking a long time — especially if the area you’re applying to is currently hiring a lot of people all at once.
So, this could just be the result of an overwhelmed hiring manager. This doesn’t necessarily mean that you’re not going to get the job! Give it some time and then see if your application changes at all.
If your application has been “Under Review” for longer, then this could mean that you have not qualified for the position.
If your Amazon application has been “Under Review” for months, this likely means that you have not qualified for the position. Amazon does not let people know if they are not being accepted for the job. Instead, they just will not continue with the hiring process with you.
While Amazon has never explicitly stated anything about this, it does appear that referrals do automatically go to “Under Consideration”. However, this doesn’t mean that you will immediately get the job if you find yourself in this situation.
In fact, this doesn’t even mean that you’ll get anywhere in the hiring process quickly. You could be sitting in the “Under Consideration” phase for a week before you continue with the hiring and interviewing process.
But referrals do automatically get put in the “Under Consideration” phase — and this could end up helping some future Amazon workers out!
Read more about how to refer a friend to a job at Amazon.
No, “Under Consideration” does not mean that your job application has been rejected at all! This just means that a hiring manager is overseeing your application and deciding whether or not they would like to move forward with your application! If you were rejected, your job status would say “no longer under consideration“.
No, “Under Consideration” does not mean that you have the job. This just means that a hiring manager is deciding whether or not to continue the hiring process with you.
If the hiring manager does want to give you the job, they’ll reach out to you to set up an interview. Only when Amazon says you have a job — and when they send you a job offer — will you actually have a job.
Keep reading to learn more about Amazon’s application statuses.
When your job application at Amazon is “Under Consideration”, this means that a hiring manager is overseeing your application and deciding whether or not you will make a good addition to Amazon. This does not mean that you have the job yet, though you could soon!
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