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50% of companies planning job cuts amid economic downturn: Report

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That's according to a new survey published on Thursday by consultant PwC, which last month polled more than 700 U.S. executives and board members from various industries. About half of respondents said they are preparing to reduce headcount — or already have — while 52% have implemented hiring freezes.
2 months ago·Washington, United States

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