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With job cuts mounting across the tech industry and beyond, even recruiters at Amazon are turning on green LinkedIn “open to work” badges before they’ve been formally laid off.
The Amazon Spheres, part of the Amazon headquarters campus, in Seattle.

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With job cuts mounting across tech, finance and other industries, why wait to get fired when you can skip directly to being hired?
The move, called “career cushioning,” involves lining up a plan B while still fully employed, especially when job cuts are imminent. This is usually done discreetly — perhaps a networking call taken during lunch, or taking the time to connect with old colleagues.


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