Why tech companies are laying off employees
By Guardian Exclusive
27 January 2023 | 4:14 am
In the last couple of months, tsunamis of layoffs have hit the tech ecosystem. From Twitter to Meta, and then Amazon, the once glittering ecosystem where most young people desire to work is now facing a new threat.
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