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This Is the Industry Laying Off the Most Americans

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14. Non-profit
> Total layoffs, Jan.-Apr. 2022: 1,238
> Total layoffs, Jan.-Apr. 2021: 359

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13. Real Estate
> Total layoffs, Jan.-Apr. 2022: 1,475
> Total layoffs, Jan.-Apr. 2021: 625

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12. Industrial Goods
> Total layoffs, Jan.-Apr. 2022: 2,130
> Total layoffs, Jan.-Apr. 2021: 2,083

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11. Automotive
> Total layoffs, Jan.-Apr. 2022: 2,462
> Total layoffs, Jan.-Apr. 2021: 2,940

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10. Education
> Total layoffs, Jan.-Apr. 2022: 2,855
> Total layoffs, Jan.-Apr. 2021: 5,070

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