In an attempt to reduce its expenses by roughly $2.7 billion, Barclays recently announced that it planned to eliminate at least 3,700 jobs in 2013.
This was sour news from an industry that had begun to back away from the heavy layoff days of 2011. Nonetheless, the company has tried to avoid being thought of as the bad guy.
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