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The Tech Company Where More Workers Fear For Their Jobs Than Anywhere Else

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The Tech Company Where More Workers Fear For Their Jobs Than Anywhere Else

The Tech Company Where More Workers Fear For Their Jobs Than Anywhere Else

A new survey of more than 8,000 tech workers reveals Tesla employees are most afraid of layoffs.

According to Business Insider, Tesla cut 7% of its workforce in January.

Overall, 35.9% of users surveyed by the workplace chat app Blind said they were worried about layoffs at their current company, while 64.1% said they felt they had job security.

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