AMA to lay off 100 employees
Chicago Tribune, April 7, 2009
The American Medical Association is laying off about 100 workers, or 8% of its staff, to "offset declining revenues amid the ongoing economic downturn." The staff cuts at the doctor group will trim "open and existing staff positions" at both its Chicago headquarters and Washington offices effective May 4, the AMA said. The AMA has about 1,200 staffers.
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