Linfield takes steps to balance budget

With fewer students on campus, university drops contributions to retirement funds

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It would be nice if they put a time limit on the elimination. Say for the "school year of..." or "until enrollment is back up". Since they haven't they basically never have to bring it back. I think it would be a pill easier to swallow if they staff weren't living on a salary that's below the poverty line. It one of the few reasons people put up with such crappy hourly wages. They could cut some salaries of upper management that are double ( and higher) that of the "staff". It's also hard to have sympathy for the "budgets" when staff sees so much wasteful spending. It's been observed by many that there are excessive upper management positions. This is a very good time to reevaluate those positions.

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