Which industries have the most layoffs in 2017?
Slate, the venerable tech publication that is known for covering everything from technology to finance to art, has posted some data on what’s happening in the world of journalism.
The publication reported last week that its newsroom has lost about 3,000 employees, and the company said last month that its staff is now the smallest in the industry.
But Slate has also said it’s not worried about the downturn in the tech industry.
Slate also has a big chunk of its staff in newsrooms in places like Chicago, San Francisco, New York, and Washington, DC, where Slate’s readership is relatively small.
The company said that the newsroom had about 1,200 full-time employees in 2017.
The newsroom employs more than 200 full- and part-time reporters and has a number of other staff members, including social media and digital media.
It also has more than 1,500 freelancers.
Slate has more newsroom staff than any other media outlet.
The biggest loss of its employees has been in newsroom technology, where the company’s newsroom was down from 2,600 in 2015 to 1,400 in 2017, according to Slate.
And the newsrooms that have lost most are journalism, which lost more than 700 full-timers last year.
Slate said that newsroom tech is a big part of its mission, and that Slate’s technology team does not focus on news at all.
“As Slate expands beyond the tech world, we’ll continue to invest in and invest in journalism to create and support the news industry’s most important work,” Slate’s general manager of technology, Matt McInerney, wrote in a statement.
“The newsroom that’s the most resilient is the one that keeps our staff healthy and growing.
In our effort to support journalism, we are taking some steps to focus on technology, particularly in the news and data industries, to help keep the news team healthy and productive.”
This is a story about a business that’s growing, but it also happens to be one of the fastest-growing businesses in the country.
That’s partly because of the way Slate and other news organizations make money.
Slate makes money from ads that it sells to websites and publishers that use Slate’s content.
Slate’s advertising revenue is about a third of its total revenue.
Slate has been able to make big bucks by selling ads on sites like Reddit and 4chan that are not only heavily dominated by its readers but also have a reputation for spamming users.
(The company has since stepped up to address these concerns.)
Slate has even used its ad revenue to make money from other types of ads, such as for ads on a Reddit thread on the election.
Slate paid Reddit $25 million last year, according the company, and paid the site about $30 million in advertising last year alone.
This story is part of a special series, Slate Money, about how money changes our lives and our world.