As The New York Times draws closer to cutting 100 newsroom jobs, a review of the parent company's total employment reveals a declining workforce in recent years. The chart (left) shows total employment for the New York Times Co. at the end of each year, based on annual reports filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
The especially big decline between 2006-2007 reflect the sale of the company's nine-station broadcast television division.
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