SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- Hundreds of additional jobs at Cisco Systems will be cut, a new report says.
The San Jose-based company plans to get rid of a total of 350 jobs in the Bay Area region, according to our media partner, The San Jose Mercury News.
The cuts will happen on or around October 16.
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According to state filings, the layoffs will impact workers in San Jose and Milpitas.
This is the company's second round of layoffs this year.
Back in March, Cisco cut more than 650 Bay Area jobs -- which also affected workers in San Francisco.
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