Recent layoffs in Big Tech:

March 14: Meta announces 10,000 layoffs, building on earlier downsizing as part of its year of efficiency.


March 20: Amazon announces a new round of layoffs—following last November’s job cuts—letting go of roughly 9,000 employees.

March 22: Indeed, the online job search platform, announces it will cut 15% of its staff, or 2,200 employees.


March 23: Accenture announces it will slash 19,000 jobs, or 2.5% of its total workforce.

March 30: Roku, the video-streaming service and hardware, announces downsizing affecting 6% of its workforce.


March 31: Netflix confirms it plans to lay off an unspecified number of employees.

April 3: Apple, one of the last holdouts in the industry trend, announces that it will lay off a small number of employees on its corporate retail teams.


April 27: Dropbox, the data storage company, announced it was laying off 500 employees, or 16% of its staff.

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