2:21 A new survey of 1,000 job seekers by the Job Fair UK has found that jobs in the logistics sector are not as plentiful as people may think.
The survey, conducted in February and March, found that there are only 1,942 positions available in the business and logistics sector in Britain.
However, more than half of those jobs are in areas that Amazon currently doesn’t have a presence in, including warehousing, logistics and logistics support.
In the UK, Amazon currently operates warehouse warehouses in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
The company has also a presence outside of those areas, as well as in Australia, New Zealand, and the United States.
It has been revealed that the majority of its warehousing operations are in the US and the UK.
According to the survey, jobs in warehousing are more than twice as plentiful in the UK as in the United Kingdom.
The most common job category for job seekers in the country is information technology support, with almost a quarter of the job seekers reporting they are in that job category.
In fact, more job seekers than those in any other category answered the question “What are some of the skills you would like to gain in order to be a successful Amazon logistics worker?”.
Amazon is also seeking to recruit new employees, with a focus on skilled logistics workers, with the company announcing plans to open more than 100 new roles in the industry.
The company said that, by 2019, it will hire a further 1,100 new people in the area.
Amazon said that the company had been looking for the right people in order for it to grow its logistics footprint in the U.K.
The move follows a similar one made by British logistics firm InMotion.
Last year, Amazon said it would expand its warehouses in London, adding more than 2,300 new jobs.
This article originally appeared on Business Insider.