Jeff Bezos's company is reportedly looking to expand its portfolio to the multibillion-dollar pharmacy market.

Over the past few years, Amazon has held "at least one annual meeting" to evaluate whether it should jump into the pharmacy space, according to CNBC citing sources familiar with the matter. Two weeks ago, Amazon posted a new job looking for a "PHC [Primary Home Care] Licensing Program Manager" to support its "Professional Healthcare Program." Responsibilities include submitting state license applications and maintaining "documents and databases for state board of pharmacy licensing requirements," according to the job description. The company didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.

Amazon also recently announced its plans to hire 5,000 home-based workers to join its customer service teams. The majority of those jobs will come with benefits like health insurance, sick and vacation time, and tuition.

Jeff Bezos's Amazon empire has expanded into food retail (Amazon Fresh), video streaming services (Amazon Prime), web hosting (Amazon Web Services). It's also jumped into the rocket ship race with Blue Origins. Last month, Amazon announced its plan to roll out operations in Australia, where online sales are expected to account for more than a third of the country's retailers' sales. At last count, the company has invested or acquired more than 128 companies in the last few years.