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Dell to Lay Off 6,650 Workers

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Dell to Lay Off 6,650 Workers

Dell to Lay Off 6,650 Workers

Dell to Lay Off , 6,650 Workers.

CNBC reports that Dell made the announcement on Feb.

6 in an SEC filing.

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About 6,650 employees, 5% of the company's workforce, will be let go.

Jeff Clarke, co-chief operating officer at Dell, said the layoffs were necessary to "stay ahead of downturn impacts.".

Unfortunately, with changes like this, some members of our team will be leaving the company.

, Jeff Clarke, co-chief operating officer at Dell, via memo to employees.

There is no tougher decision, but one we had to make for our long-term health and success, Jeff Clarke, co-chief operating officer at Dell, via memo to employees.

We will be ready when the market rebounds, Jeff Clarke, co-chief operating officer at Dell, via memo to employees.

Layoffs in the tech industry have become an overwhelming trend as of late.

.

Salesforce, Microsoft, Google.

Salesforce, Microsoft, Google.

Salesforce, Microsoft, Google.

Paypal, Amazon, IBM.

Paypal, Amazon, IBM.

Paypal, Amazon, IBM.

Meta and Twitter have laid off thousands of employees.

Meta and Twitter have laid off thousands of employees.

According to website Layoffs.fyi, 67,000 job cuts have been announced by tech companies so far in 2023


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