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Job anxiety is gripping the once-cushy Big Tech industry

Business Insider

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The article discusses the rising job anxiety in the once-cushy Big Tech industry. The acronym ZIRP (Zero Interest Rate Phenomenon) has become Silicon Valley shorthand for a changed workplace. Big Tech companies are now focused on reducing layers and constant job cuts have become the new normal. While this newfound discipline benefits the bottom line, it has led to the end of cushy perks and increased competition, making employees feel less special. The article also touches on other topics like the effectiveness of a weight-loss medication and the housing market's lack of a bubble.

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