It's an oldie, but worth repeating. Xerox recently announced a restructuring plan that would result in a major upheaval of its workforce worldwide. As the company switches to become more services-focused and Internet-oriented, it is estimated that anywhere from 5000 to 10,000 of its employees will be looking for jobs elsewhere. Analysts believe that the job losses are designed to cut down on duplication. Boom tish.
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