머스크 "트위터 정리 해고 끝... 다시 채용하겠다"

Twitter is hiring again after laying off nearly two-thirds of its workforce in three weeks. Elon Musk told employees in an all-hands meeting that the company is actively recruiting for roles in engineering and sales. Musk didn't specify the kinds of engineering or sales roles Twitter was hiring for, and the company doesn't currently have any open roles listed on its website.

Elon Musk says Twitter is done with layoffs and ready to hire again

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