Monday, February 1, 2016

Pima Community College eyes workforce cuts - Carol Ann Alaimo, Arizona Daily Star

Pima Community College expects to downsize its workforce to cope with lost state funding and a serious enrollment slide now in its fifth straight year. The college must cut about $5 million from its budget for the upcoming school year, making it “extraordinarily likely we will be eliminating positions,” David Bea, the school’s finance boss, said Friday. “We hope they won’t be positions with people in them,” Bea told members of the college’s finance and audit committee in a meeting at PCC headquarters.

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