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Big Tech layoffs are back. Are other workers at risk?

(NEW YORK) -- Big Tech companies laid off hundreds of employees in recent days, commanding headlines and confronting workers across the economy with a question: Am I next?Amazon and Google each imposed cuts, with Apple shutting down a 121-person team in San Diego, Calif.,... Read More.

Why the job market is booming despite high-profile layoffs

(NEW YORK) -- The job market is booming despite high-profile layoffs at companies like Amazon, Microsoft, Twitter and Goldman Sachs.The economy added a staggering 517,000 jobs in January, more than double the employment growth a month prior and well above the breakneck pace of... Read More.

What to know about severance pay amid high-profile layoffs

(NEW YORK) -- Continued recession fears and a cascade of tech industry layoffs have drawn renewed attention to severance packages, the compensation offered to some departing employees.Severance packages, which range widely in size and duration, offer newly unemployed workers a financial buffer as they... Read More.

Tech layoffs 2023: Companies that have made cuts

(NEW YORK) -- Companies across the tech industry have announced layoffs, affecting thousands of workers in the first few weeks of 2023. Company officials have often cited economic uncertainty and fears of a recession in their job-cutting, cost-cutting decisions.It follows a volatile 2022, which... Read More.

Amazon layoffs will continue into next year, CEO says

(NEW YORK) -- Amazon's layoffs will continue into the new year, CEO Andy Jassy said in a new memo Thursday.The announcement comes a day after the tech company began layoffs of workers on its devices team, which focuses on products like its voice-operated Alexa,... Read More.