Amazon’s future office building in Boston’s Seaport development. (Amazon Photo) Amazon verified plans to hire 2,000 new workers in Boston Tuesday, in a move that could nearly triple the Seattle e-commerce giant’s existence there. The 2,000 jobs will be in areas like machine learning and speech engineering, cloud computing, and robotics, ” the business said. The new office will open in 2021. “This job is a huge vote of confidence in our economy, and will be a welcome improvement to Boston’s thriving and growing workforce and business landscape,” Bostom Mayor Martin Walsh stated in a media release. Back in March, Boston declared a $5 million property tax break to property the 2,000 jobs Amazon declared Tuesday. The city will grant Amazon the tax breaks more than 15 years. If Amazon adds 4,000 jobs and expands into another office building, an extra $5 million in tax breaks may be potential. The deal is different from Amazon HQ2, the company’s search for a second headquarters city at which it can establish an outpost equal to its original Seattle headquarters. Boston is among 20 candidates in the running for HQ2 plus it’s easy to see Tuesday’s statement for a sign that the city is at the guide. But Amazon is hiring aggressively in towns all over the world. Just yesterday, the business announced plans to enlarge its Vancouver performance by 3,000 workers and 416,000 square feet of office area. Amazon also said that it will add 200 tech work in Minneapolis Monday. Vancouver and Minneapolis, nevertheless, are not from the running for HQ2.