Google, Amazon, Meta, Twitter, IBM, Intel, Microsoft and scores of other marquee tech names have announced layoffs in the thousands in the United States. Employees of their Indian arms haven't been spared the mayhem either. The funding winter in the start-up (including edtech) space, too, has led to massive job losses. A recent study by marketing and analytics firm Kantar has found that one of every four Indians is worried about being laid off.
While you have no influence over your company’s Human Resource Department’s decisions, a few steps to bolster your personal finances can help you navigate the current turbulence in the job market better.
Create an emergency fund
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