About eighty Twitter staffers lost their jobs or were forced to leave after Elon Musk acquired the company in late October last year.
The businessman immediately complained about the unprofitability of the social network and even then announced the largest optimization, which is still taking place.
Before Musk joined the company, the number of its staff around the world was more than seven and a half thousand people. Now, according to some reports, 1.2 thousand workers remain in it.
At the same time, not only employees of auxiliary services such as security, transport, logistics and cleaning, but also experienced engineers and other specialists fall under the “cleansing”.
According to experts, such optimization can create serious difficulties in the maintenance and development of the social network.