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UK telcos could shed 48,000 jobs over the next decade

By Chris Kelly, Total Telecom
Monday 30 July 18

With UK telcos looking to sharpen their focus on network automation, the country's telecoms sector must brace itself for redundancies

As the UK's telecoms industry looks at ways to boost efficiencies and drive down the cost of its operations, industry experts are warning that significant job cuts lie ahead.  In the UK, around 120,000 people are employed by the country's fixed line and mobile network operators. This week BT made the first 900 out of 13,000 redundancies it has planned for the next year alone…

As the UK's telecoms industry looks at ways to boost efficiencies and drive down the cost of its operations, industry experts are warning that significant job cuts lie ahead.  In the UK, around 120,000 people are employed by the country's fixed line and mobile network operators. This week BT made the first 900 out of 13,000 redundancies it has planned for the next year alone…

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