Bloomberg) -- IBM has started to cut some jobs in the U.S., part of what it says is a strategy to shift the workforce more toward cloud computing and artificial intelligence operations.
The company currently has more than 25,000 open positions, and the “workforce rebalancing” is part of a continued push to add staff with cloud- and cognitive-related skills, IBM said, declining to disclose specific numbers for the cuts.
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