Record job cuts in tech industry    New York, 11/14/2022   According to recent data, job cuts in the tech industry have accelerated in recent weeks as companies brace for an economic slowdown.  Analysis from consulting firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas shows that in  October, 9,587 employees in this segment were laid off – the most since the peak of the pandemic in November 2020. From analysis by consulting firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas.  In all of 2022, more than 100,000 employees in tech startups lost their jobs, more than the 81,000 positions eliminated in all of 2020.  Alphabet (Google), Apple and Amazon.com have all imposed hiring freezes or reduced layoffs this year.   Companies that have made layoffs in recent weeks include Lyft, Stripe, Chime and Opendoor.

Record job cuts in tech industry New York, 11/14/2022 According to recent data, job cuts in the tech industry have accelerated in recent weeks as companies brace for an economic slowdown. Analysis from consulting firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas shows that in October, 9,587 employees in this segment were laid off – the most since the peak of the pandemic in November 2020. From analysis by consulting firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas. In all of 2022, more than 100,000 employees in tech startups lost their jobs, more than the 81,000 positions eliminated in all of 2020. Alphabet (Google), Apple and Amazon.com have all imposed hiring freezes or reduced layoffs this year. Companies that have made layoffs in recent weeks include Lyft, Stripe, Chime and Opendoor.

14. November 2022 0 By Horst Buchwald

Record job cuts in tech industry

New York, 11/14/2022

According to recent data, job cuts in the tech industry have accelerated in recent weeks as companies brace for an economic slowdown.

Analysis from consulting firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas shows that in
October, 9,587 employees in this segment were laid off – the most since the peak of the pandemic in November 2020. From analysis by consulting firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas.

In all of 2022, more than 100,000 employees in tech startups lost their jobs, more than the 81,000 positions eliminated in all of 2020.
Alphabet (Google), Apple and Amazon.com have all imposed hiring freezes or reduced layoffs this year.

Companies that have made layoffs in recent weeks include Lyft, Stripe, Chime and Opendoor.

New York, 11/14/2022

According to recent data, job cuts in the tech industry have accelerated in recent weeks as companies brace for an economic slowdown.

Analysis from consulting firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas shows that in
October, 9,587 employees in this segment were laid off – the most since the peak of the pandemic in November 2020. From analysis by consulting firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas.

In all of 2022, more than 100,000 employees in tech startups lost their jobs, more than the 81,000 positions eliminated in all of 2020.
Alphabet (Google), Apple and Amazon.com have all imposed hiring freezes or reduced layoffs this year.

Companies that have made layoffs in recent weeks include Lyft, Stripe, Chime and Opendoor.

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