More Layoffs in 2023 - Learn How to Find a New Job

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A note from the Stansberry Research Analyst Team:

Money manager Charlie Bilello posted a list recently, and the numbers are stunning...

  • Twitter is cutting 50% of its workforce (about 3,700 jobs).
  • Facebook is cutting 11,000 jobs – its largest round of layoffs ever.
  • Snap is cutting 20% of its workforce (1,200 jobs).
  • Shopify is cutting 10% of its workforce (1,000 jobs).
  • Netflix cut 450 jobs.
  • Microsoft and Salesforce are each cutting 1,000 jobs.
  • Robinhood is cutting 31% of its workforce.
  • Tesla is cutting 10% of salaried workers.
  • Lyft is cutting 13% of its workforce (700 jobs).
  • Redfin is cutting 13% of its workforce.
  • Coinbase is cutting 18% of its workforce (1,100 jobs).
  • Stripe is cutting 14% of its workforce (1,000 jobs).
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Uncertain Conditions Ahead


Widespread layoffs are beginning to hit the e-commerce space, brought on by an inflationary environment and tightening budgets. The most recent example is SMS marketing company Attentive, which Modern Retail has learned is laying off 15% of its staff.


6 Time-saving tips for a faster job search in 2022


With each passing day, the job market globally is becoming more competitive and challenging.In 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the unemployment rate increased and freshers are facing difficulty in finding jobs.

If you are also someone who has been trying for a long time to crack a deal but failed to get one, there are a few tips to speed up your job search.

Tips And Trends For Job Seekers In 2022


 The US job market beat expectations in November, adding 263,000 payrolls led by the service sector. Leisure and hospitality added 88,000 jobs, with roughly 62,000 in food and drink services. Health care and social assistance added more than 68,000 jobs, rising to 82,000 when combined with education. Government employment also rose, adding 42,000 jobs. However, retail trade and transportation and warehousing both lost jobs. The pandemic has caused a shift in the way our working lives intersect with health and happiness, leading to increased flexibility and a focus on reducing burnout. It has also led to a spike in demand for workers across industries and a candidate-driven market. 

Here’s where the jobs are for November 2022 — in one chart


The US job market beat expectations in November, adding 263,000 payrolls, led by the service sector. Leisure and hospitality was the top category for job gains, adding 88,000 jobs, with health care and social assistance coming in second, adding more than 68,000 jobs. Government employment also had a strong month, adding 42,000 jobs. Despite the headline beat and strength in the service sector, there were still weak spots in the economy, with retail and transport both losing jobs.