- The list of tech companies laying off workers keeps growing, including recent cuts by Google and Microsoft.
- According to calculations by layoffs.fyi and Insider, more than 65,000 workers have lost their jobs so far in 2023.
- However, not all tech companies have announced layoffs. Find out which ones have so far avoided the massive cuts.
The list of companies that have laid off large swathes of workers in recent months keep getting longer.
In recent weeks, major tech companies have announced they will be laying off staggering numbers of workers: Google dismissed 12,000Microsoft 10,000and Amazon 18,000.
According to layoff technology tracker layoffs.fyi and Insider’s own calculations, more than 65,000 tech workers have been laid off since Jan. 1.
The crash in layoffs in the first weeks of 2023 followed a brutal year for the tech industry in 2022. Both Meta and Twitter laid off a significant portion of their workforces. Last year.
However, not all tech companies have announced a series of job cuts over the past 6 months. Here are some tech companies that avoided recent layoff announcements: