"The current rash of high-tech layoffs illustrates the maxim that economics involves making choices. Indeed, companies often decide to let workers go for reasons that are less than obvious. Some choices leading to layoffs were actually made before the economy started its slump. However, in this sea of information technology unemployment, isn't discussing the reasons behind laying off high-tech workers similar to rearranging the deck furniture on the Titanic? Maybe so, but the time will come when will have to face the same choices again without the pressures of a sagging economy."
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