Amazon announces 9,000 job cuts
This Monday, the CEO of Amazon, Andy Jassy, announced that they will cut 9,000 jobs, after a cut of 18,000 workers took place in January
The reduction of jobs in technology companies continues. In this case, it is Amazon, which announced on Monday a cut of 9,000 jobs on its payroll.
According to the CEO of the company, Andy Jassy, the new wave of layoffs will take effect in the coming weeks in the Amazon Web Services, People Experience and Technology (PXT), advertising and Twitch departments.
The crisis that affects technological demand has led companies to make drastic adjustments to budgets, projects, suspend launches, eliminate divisions or departments, and lay off staff.
From Amazon they argue that in view of the prevailing uncertainty in the global market, cutting jobs is the most viable and sensible with respect to the rest of the employees and costs.
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