The number of minutes of human labor to ship one Amazon package.
Amazon’s ranking in the IT world.
The number of football fields Amazon’s fulfillment center in Phoenix would cover, or 1.2 million square feet.
The number of items shipped by Amazon per second.
Amazon’s share of the U.S. retail economy.
Percentage of web shoppers who go directly to Amazon.
The percentage of U.S. households that subscribe to Amazon Prime.
Percentage of Amazon customers who are very satisfied with the service.
The average amount an Amazon customer spends annually, unless they are Amazon Prime members, who spend $1,300 per year.
The year Amazon was founded.
The number of cities that have Amazon Prime same-day delivery service.
The number of warehouse robots employed by Amazon.
The number of delivery drones Amazon expects to have by 2020.
The number of Amazon employees worldwide.
The number of square feet in Amazon’s largest warehouse, in Schertz, Texas.
The number of subscribers to Amazon Prime music.
The most expensive product sold on Amazon – a Michael Jordan trading card.
Amazon’s net income in the third quarter of 2017.
The total number of Amazon users.
The number of books Amazon sells annually in the U.S.
The number of products sold monthly through Amazon.
Annual Amazon net sales in the U.S. The rest of the world spends $11.15 billion on Amazon products.
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos’s net worth.