A company like Amazon is big enough to navigate a career path, i'd think. I mean, I had to watch people steal shit from my employer and try to catch as many as possible for three years, but I managed to leverage that by utilizing their corporate structure to my advantage. Making the jump from retail loss prevention to coordinating a photo studio and hangar was tricky, but working with HR and my department manager and being up front about my intention brought results.
I guess I'm saying if you put in the time, even a shitty warehouse position can turn into something more fun. Usually, they'll utilize internal candidates before outside hiring, so you'll have a leg up on a fair percentage of the competition. They'll also post internally before posting publicly, so if there's a position you want, you can apply and interview first.
You wanna talk shitty jobs?
I once worked a summer shovelling horse shit.