The world’s top 10 biggest tech companies and the worst jobs for 2016

The world of tech is going through a seismic change, with a number of big players like Facebook, Google and Microsoft looking to sell off some of their businesses in the next couple of years.

In addition to selling off companies, the move could also lead to job losses.

According to data from job site Glassdoor, which tracks the employment trends in the US and UK, Apple, Amazon, Microsoft and Facebook have all announced plans to sell their business assets.

These companies will then be absorbed into larger companies like Amazon and Google, which will then sell their shares for cash.

These deals could create a huge influx of money into tech and jobs for people.

The jobs are not going to be there in 2020As it turns out, many of these big tech companies are not only struggling to retain staff, but also to find the right people to fill their top jobs.

This can mean losing staff who might have worked on the other companies.

In the last two years, the job market has also seen a massive influx of new graduates, many leaving their jobs to work for smaller companies and companies looking to grow.

In 2020, that trend is likely to continue.

According the Glassdoor data, the best-performing tech companies across the US have all been losing staff to other companies since 2014.

Apple, Microsoft, Google, and Facebook all had their best years in 2016, and in 2019, Apple announced a major restructuring of its workforce, with some employees going on to start their own companies.

As for Amazon, the online retailer has recently had a difficult time keeping its employees employed.

Amazon is also in the midst of a restructuring.

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos said in a letter to staff in 2016 that the company is looking to “move beyond the of the past and to create a new Amazon.”

According to Glassdoor’s data, Amazon has had a net loss of about 4,000 workers since 2014, while its largest competitor, Microsoft has lost more than 6,500 employees since 2014 to the start-up.

The biggest job loss will be for people in engineering positions.

According to Glassnote, engineering jobs have been declining since 2014 as a result of the massive amount of software being shipped by the likes of Apple, Google or Facebook.

The average wage for engineers in the United States is now $80,000.

This will continue to be the case as software companies start to look for ways to keep their engineers.