The second incident in 3 months… A Google employee committed suicide by jumping from the company’s headquarters

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A 31-year-old software engineer jumped from Google’s headquarters in the Chelsea neighborhood and died by suicide, according to the New York Police Department.

Last Thursday evening, an employee reportedly jumped from the fourth floor of The New York Times building according to a report by The New York Times.

According to a police department representative, they received a report of an unconscious individual on the street. Officers promptly transferred the person to Bellevue Hospital, but unfortunately, the person was pronounced dead upon arrival. In addition, officers observed marks of hands on the balcony edge. No video footage of the incident has been made available yet.

Another Google employee, Jacob Pratt, committed suicide in February at the company’s Manhattan branch, marking the second such incident in recent months. This has raised concerns about the work culture at Google.

On February 16, a software engineer named Pratt, aged 33, was discovered hanging in an apartment.

Christina, a blogger working in the technology industry, emphasized the significance of discussing mental exhaustion that leads to burnout and mental health challenges among technology workers. She highlighted that many individuals suffer, but are hesitant to speak up about their struggles.

Giovanni Sakti, the software manager, expressed his sadness regarding the news and emphasized the importance of discussing exhaustion and taking breaks to avoid compromising one’s health. He added that no job is worth risking human life.

There has been an increase in the number of bloggers discussing the negative aspects of work environments. These environments can cause excessive pressure on employees, leading to depression, anxiety, and various health issues that the current workforce experiences more frequently compared to previous generations.

Twitter users pointed out that the technology industry is experiencing a high number of employee layoffs, with many people losing their jobs. This trend is expected to continue, causing anxiety among current employees and placing significant stress on those who remain in the field.

In January, Alphabet, which is the parent company of Google, announced that they would be laying off 12,000 employees, which is equivalent to 6% of their total workforce.

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