Jacksonville federal jobs could be slashed, according to a new survey.
Employers announced plans to shed 115,730 workers from their payrolls in September, making it the worst jobcut
month in over two years. Heavy reductions planned by the military accounted for a large portion of September job cuts, signaling what may lieahead as the federal government seeks across-the-board cuts in spending.
September job cuts were 126 percent higher than the 51,114 announced in August, according to the latest report on monthly job cuts released Wednesday by global outplacement firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas, Inc. They were 212 percent higher than September 2010, when employers announced just 37,151 job cuts. Last month