Graphic: Global job cuts

By Reuters Staff
March 12, 2009

Global Job Cuts

Below are details of announced job cuts of 2,000 or more, by region, since the beginning of September last year. Click on highlighted areas to get a detailed breakdown of job losses by company.

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From the graphic here it appears that the engines that drive the economy of the world need a lot of over hauling – meaning that they are reaching their nearest work shops only to thunder the future economies of tomorrow.Alternatively it appears that the less populated countries of the world seem to be effected more by the present trend of job losses?