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Old 04-22-2011, 08:58 PM
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San Jose officials warn employees that 600 jobs might be axed - San Jose Mercury News
Gov. Jerry Brown warns of California education crisis - San Jose Mercury News

Meanwhile, in the private sector, there isn't even a blink :

Cisco's Flip camcorders are being discontinued as the company restructures and lays off more than 500 employees.

Cisco announced that it will "exit aspects of its consumer business," shutting down its Flip video camera business as it shifts away from consumer products to refocus on its core elements: routing, switch and related services, residential video platforms, and collaboration technologies and architectures.

Can't afford it ... Missing earnings... Layoffs ensue.. people find jobs elsewhere. Life goes on.
http://layofftracker.blogspot.com/ (broken link)
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