The number of employees in a firm has increased exponentially in recent years, and the number of companies that hire people has decreased, according to a recent study by McKinsey & Company.
According to the McKinsey report, the share of companies with more than 100 employees has increased by 9% since 2010.
But with that growth came a decline in the number who are employed.
In fact, the proportion of companies hiring people has increased even faster than the number with fewer employees.
This is according to McKinsey, which looked at data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey (ACS), a data source that is used to track people’s economic and social mobility.
The company said that this trend reflects the increasing reliance on technology, and a rise in online job searches.
But what about hiring new employees?
The McKinsey study showed that companies that are hiring more than 30 people a year are more likely to have a workforce that is more diverse than those that are employing fewer people.
This could mean that a company with a larger workforce can use the increased diversity to increase productivity and create new jobs.
This might explain why companies like Facebook, Twitter and Netflix are so successful.
But McKinsey noted that there are still barriers to recruiting and retaining talent.
The study also said that companies with fewer than 20 employees are more vulnerable to the rise of the tech bubble and the decline of the manufacturing sector.
“As technology and automation increase, firms are more prone to move to new business models, which create a potential for employees to shift to lower-wage jobs,” the report said.
This trend is especially troubling for tech companies.
The U.K.-based tech giant Microsoft is facing a labor shortage and said that it is planning to lay off hundreds of workers over the next year.
“We are making decisions about what our workforce size will be over the coming year to reflect the growing needs of our business,” the company said in a statement.