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In this week's edition of The Draft, our top story captures the recent announcement of job cuts across several top tech companies in the past week as they continue to make economic reassessments in a bid to brace for the looming economic recession. We also covered other important stories, funding deals, and charts this week.
On a lighter note, Google's latest doodle could spark the "Jollof Wars".
Have a good weekend!
- Emmanuel, Data Journalist at Techloy.com
Tech companies have began cutting jobs in a bid to rein in costs amidst an economic downturn and a worsening economic outlook.
- A new wave of massive layoffs and hiring freezes from both public and private technology companies continued this week.
- Big technology companies such as Amazon, Alphabet (Google's parent company) and Meta (formerly Facebook) have all taken steps to rein in expenses, having slowed down their hiring for months amidst revenue slowdown while other tech companies including Netflix, Spotify, Coinbase, Lyft and Shopify have also announced layoffs.
- But rarely have so many job cuts and hiring freezes in the industry been disclosed in the same period.
Which companies laid off the most staff this week? The story continues on Techloy.com with a chart that illustrates the story.
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