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Tech is a dynamic industry by its very nature, and the skills that are in high demand today may be obsolete in a year or two. This industry, then, is no stranger to workforce disruptions, including the large-scale layoffs sweeping the industry in recent months.
But things might be a bit different this time around, some observers predict.
Obsolescence Driving Layoff Decisions?
While previous layoffs may have represented temporary reductions in staff or reorganizations driven primarily by market conditions, at least some staff reductions in the latest round of tech downsizing may be driven by obsolescence. In other