Mike:  Today proved to be a lighter day for layoff announcements than we’ve become used to of late. No massive job cuts, but still plenty of smaller cuts that add up. My guess of 651,000 layoffs was high, but let’s see what the revised number is next week to see if it is again raised, […]

Continue reading about May 21 – Jobless claims drop by 12,000 to 631,000 – Continuing claims at record 6.66 million – Axcelis Technologies cuts 235 – Autodesk plans to cut 430 – KeyCorp eliminating more than 300

Mike: Good day to all and thanks for visiting The Layoff List.  It was a brutal day in the job loss department with the auto manufacturing and dealerships announcements hitting especially hard again. HP was a dim light on the tech job map, but what I’m seeing, sadly, is that municipal jobs are starting to […]

Continue reading about May 20 – Another 6400 jobs deleted at HP – Detroit Public Schools to chop 900 jobs – JN’s Nippon Sheet Glass cuts 6700 – Flint (oilsands) lays off 1100 – Refinancing up, but purchase applications down – GM to slash Canadian dealerships by 1/2 – WellCare Tampa to cut 360 – US government to post 600,000 job openings this year

Mike: Hello to all on this sunny Tuesday in Rochester, NY. All the latest layoff news follows, but first I’d like to ask for your help in improving this site. I recently added Google AdSense to the sidebar and each time someone clicks an AdSense ad, I get a penny or two. So if you don’t […]

Continue reading about May 19 – Housing construction, permits hit record lows – Dutch ABN AMRO to cut 5,000 – Air France-KLM hopes to cut another 2700 – Medtronic Cutting 1500-1800 Jobs – Oregon budget cuts 1700 state jobs – Senate votes to limit credit card rate changes