Job Wire

June 2009
California Job Journal;6/28/2009, Vol. 27 Issue 1191, p2
This section offers news briefs on employment. A report by the Business Forecasting Center at the University of the Pacific California estimated that a total of one million will be left unemployed before the end of 2009 as a result of the effects of the economic downturn. A survey from staffing firm Robert Half International revealed that companies were forced to change their operations as a result of the downturn. A survey by Harris Interactive revealed that employees who have been saved from mass layoffs are facing challenges.


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