Chevron Cuts 7000 Jobs

Chevron Cuts 7000 Jobs

How's NAFTA working out for you? It isn't working out very well for Chevron, which is planning to cut 7000 jobs over the next two years in reaction to low oil prices. You can almost hear the jobs opening up somewhere in a third-world country, where more and more jobs are routinely outsourced as companies scramble to escape the higher costs of conducting business in the United States.

Chevron is struggling to keep a hold on their labor here in the states.

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