Facebook owner Meta is consistently bright about the virtual metaverse. The future is so bright that you need to wear a shade (or Meta virtual reality headset).
Real World? That’s another story.
Meta’s CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, has warned employees that he is on the verge of a recession, so this year he has significantly reduced his plans to hire engineers by at least 30%.
“If I had to bet, I would say this could be one of the worst recessions we’ve seen in recent history,” he told workers. It has been reported. Records of the question and answer session were obtained by Reuters.
Meta planned to hire as many as 10,000 new engineers as part of an ongoing effort to lead the development of virtual playspaces aimed at serving as the next evolution of the Internet.
Currently, according to Zuckerberg, the company plans to hire less than 7,000 engineers this year. He also said that many of the currently unfilled positions remain vacant.
And with an apparently harsh affectionate move, Zuckerberg says he’s “heating up” and trying to get rid of unproductive employees.
“In reality, there are probably a lot of people in the company who shouldn’t be here,” he told workers that he had to be the least stimulating Peptalk finalist to date.
“Some of my hopes for raising expectations, setting more aggressive goals, and raising a bit of heat are that some people may decide that this place isn’t for you. I’m fine. “
Oh, and have a nice day!
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