Amazon announced today that it will invest about $1.4 billion to expand its office space in six major cities in the United States and is expected to create 3500 new jobs. < / P > < p > the six cities are Dallas, Detroit, Denver, New York City (Manhattan), Phoenix and San Diego. Amazon plans to invest $14 to set up and expand offices in these six cities. < / P > < p > of the 3500 new jobs, Dallas accounts for 600, Detroit for 100, Denver for 100, New York City for 2000, Phoenix for 500, and San Diego for 200. In response, Beth galetti, Amazon’s senior vice president of human resources, said in a statement: “these 3500 new jobs will be distributed in cities across the country with a strong and diverse talent pool. We look forward to helping these communities develop their emerging skilled workforce. ” < / P > < p > these new jobs are expected to include cloud infrastructure architect, software engineer, data scientist, product manager, user experience designer, etc. they will work in the departments of AWS cloud services, Alexa, advertising, Amazon fashion and Amazon fresh. At the end of July, Amazon also announced plans to create 1000 new jobs in Ireland and build a new 170000 square foot Park in Dublin. < p > < p > just yesterday, US President trump again shelled Amazon, saying that Amazon and some other Internet retailers had caused huge losses to the US Post Office (USPS). Trump said the U.S. post office lost an average of $3 to $4 per package for Amazon.