The Whole Foods warehouse job market has been hot, and now Amazon and the grocery giant are joining forces to make it even hotter.
According to a report from the Wall Street Journal, Amazon has agreed to hire 100,000 workers for its new warehouse operation.
The hiring spree comes as Amazon prepares to open up more locations for its warehouses.
“We’re going to start to build a massive warehouse in Seattle, and we’re going do it right now,” Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos said in an interview with CNBC on Monday.
The announcement came as Amazon announced that it has signed an agreement with the grocery chain’s food service division to bring its grocery stores to Whole Foods stores.
According the Wall St Journal, this partnership will allow Amazon to offer Whole Foods customers “a new and better way to buy groceries.”