Arizona's public universities were ordered by the Board of Regents Friday to cut their payroll costs by 2.75 percent, The Arizona Daily Star reported. It is unclear whether institutions will cut salaries or order layoffs. In the last two years, about 2,000 jobs were eliminated and thousands of other higher education employees in the state had furloughs.
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