Amazon could terminate up to 20,000 employees

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Amazon's Alexa division could be on track to lose $10 billion this year
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Amazon's Alexa division could be on track to lose $10 billion this year

Amazon could lay off as many as 20,000 workers in the coming months, following a recruiting binge during the pandemic.

Layoffs are anticipated across several locations and departments, including IT, and will impact all staff levels, a report by Computerworld claimed. Employees at Amazon are graded from level 1 a...

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