Amazon hired new employees after announcing the layoffs of 10,000 employees worldwide. A new report suggests that Amazon will hire more workers for its Amazon Web Services (AWS) companies after announcing the layoff of 10,000 employees globally.
Amazon Layoffs of 10,000 employees globally
- Amazon will reportedly recruit more people for its Cloud unit.
- The Cloud unit of the business is growing quickly and making a decent profit.
- As many as 10,000 people could be laid off by Amazon recently.
Ankita Garg: According to a Bloomberg report, Amazon recently announced the layoff of up to 10,000 employees worldwide and now plans to hire new employees for its Cloud unit. Amazon’s senior vice president of sales and marketing for the company’s Web Services. Matt Garman has suggested that the company’s Amazon Web Services (AWS) business should recruit more employees.
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Yet, the e-commerce giant intends to hire more staff in 2023 and not this year. Also, this proposes that Amazon is not stopping hiring from saving costs. The company’s Cloud unit is reportedly pretty profitable and is also experiencing rapid growth. Which is something that Garman is claiming. So, Amazon would continue investing in this business.