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Mass layoffs are being announced by companies. If these continue, will you be ready?

Jess Eng

Dozens of companies have announced mass layoffs this year and there might be more still to come in 2023. Are you in a job or industry that's at risk of being cut? Do you have questions or concerns about how best to prepare for the possibility of a layoff and a looming recession? NPR wants to hear from you.

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