More than 1,000 tech companies laid off nearly 160,000 workers last year, according to Layoffs.fyi, which is tracking job cuts across the industry, and another 185 companies have cut some 57,000 tech workers since the start of this year. She had to mail back her company computer and doesn’t have a personal one, making it challenging to search for a new job. Last year ended with job cuts across tech behemoths: Meta laid off more than 11,000 workers, or about 13 percent of its work force, and Lyft laid off 13 percent of its workers. “I don’t have any expectation for any company I work for to prioritize my interests,” Ms. Gavin said. “And then I’m like, ‘Oh, that just happened to me.’”The post Laid Off in Your Living Room: The Chaos of Remote Job Cuts appeared first on New York Times.