Schwan cutting sixty Minnesota jobs

The cuts will be spread evenly across the company's Marshall and Bloomington offices. The company has about 2,500 Minnesota workers among its 16,000 employees. Two years ago its workforce was twenty percent larger.
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The cuts will be spread evenly across the company's Marshall and Bloomington offices. The company has about 2,500 Minnesota workers among its 16,000 employees. Two years ago its workforce was twenty percent larger.

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