Mike Snider, USA TODAY Published 11:28 a.m. ET April 13, 2020 | Updated 4:05 p.m. ET April 13, 2020CLOSE Amazon plans to hire 100,000 workers to assist with online deliveries in the U.S. and raise their minimum pay to at least $17 an hour through April. USA TODAYAmazon isn’t done hiring in its bid to meet demand during the coronavirus pandemic.The online retailing giant added 100,000 workers it said it needed last month to assist with online deliveries across the U.S. as shoppers seeking to stay at home during the pandemic bought more online.Now Amazon says it has another 75,000 full-time and part-time jobs needing to be filled.”We continue to see increased demand as our teams support their communities, and are going to continue to hire, creating an additional 75,000 jobs to help serve customers during this unprecedented time,” the company said Monday in a post on its COVID-19 blog.The jobs include warehouse, shopper and delivery jobs across the U.S. Amazon also increased minimum pay on jobs by $2 per hour through April.Coronavirus fallout: Amazon is placing new online grocery customers on a waiting listSmall businesses: Coronavirus PPP loan confusionSome jobs can be temporary, to help workers whose current employers have cut jobs because

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