As fears of a recession grow, big tech companies have begun announcing hiring freezes and layoffs. This includes recent announcements from Meta, Google, Spotify, and more. The job market woes come amid strong job market reports so far in 2022, with unemployment sitting at 3.6 percent in June. Nolan Church, co-founder and CEO of Continuum, joined Cheddar News to discuss the current job market landscape and what he forecasts in the coming months. Church outlines that even given the positive numbers with current inflation, the impending Fed hikes, and shifting job priorities do not paint a rosy picture for the months ahead. "I mean we've seen great numbers with the data for quite a while now. Eleven-million jobs are still open, but there's definitely dark clouds on the horizon," he said.