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Here are 100 companies that have not issued layoffs

Busy airports like SFO show that the travel sector is one of the economy’s bright spots. | Camille Cohen/The Standard

With layoffs in the headlines every week, it seems as if the entire tech industry is reducing staff.

Turns out, that’s only half true.

Fifty-one of the top 100 technology companies in America have issued layoffs since January 2022, according to a new analysis by The Standard.

In fact, the No. 1 tech company in the world—Apple—has not announced any recent headcount reductions.

And a closer look at larger companies in the SF Bay Area shows that layoffs may not be as pervasive as they seem: One-third of the region’s largest 100 employers have cut staff in the past year.

In fact, the post-pandemic return to traveling has translated to growth in the industry—in fact, rather than layoffs, United and Airbnb have reported plans to hire in the near future.

Layoffs at Bay Area banking, consulting, medical and educational companies are also less common.

Scan the list below for more names of tech and Bay Area companies that have avoided layoffs since Jan. 2022.

Update: Though it was not reported at the time of the original publication of this story, The Standard later learned that CSAA Insurance Group laid off 66 full-time employees on Feb. 3, 2023.

Shelley D. Fargo contributed additional research for this story.

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