CRANBERRY, Pa. - Westinghouse leaders announced the elimination of 660 jobs worldwide – and some of those cuts will be at their Cranberry headquarters.
Officials with the electric company said a global slowdown for nuclear power reactors is to blame.
A company spokesperson would not say how many positions could be cut locally. Westinghouse employs 6,000 people with nearly 4,300 of those stationed in Cranberry.
Westinghouse job cuts expected to hit Cranberry headquarters
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