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Tech layoffs post-pandemic

Technology-driven companies across industries have been laying off workers at the fastest pace since the Covid-19 pandemic shocked the global economy in 2020, according to one data tracker. Collectively, employers in the slumping tech sector cut more than 150,000 jobs in 2022, based on estimates from, a website that tracks the events as they surface in media reports and company releases. That figure compares with about 80,000 layoffs in March-December 2020 and 15,000 in all of 2021, based on data compiled on the site. Consumer and retail were the two hardest-hit parts of the tech sector in...

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