Amazon is set to eliminate 9,000 more jobs in its latest round of layoffs, affecting mostly its delivery and fulfillment centers. 

The job cuts are part of Amazon's ongoing efforts to streamline operations and increase profitability. 

Some experts predict that the shift towards e-commerce during the pandemic may lead to permanent job losses in traditional retail. 

The company has faced criticism over its treatment of workers, particularly in its fulfillment centers. 

The ongoing job cuts at Amazon highlight the challenges facing the retail industry as it adapts to changing consumer habits and economic conditions.