Job losses at the top could signal revival for smaller practices
Redundancies are in the news. So is it time to dust down the portfolio and pep up the CV? When staff at the most successful practices (Grimshaw, Gensler, etc) are in danger of losing their jobs, it is easy to conclude that there is very little hope for anybody else.But before succumbing to collective paranoia, it is worth considering whether the opposite could be true.
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