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Cisco Systems (CSCO) has cut 250 jobs in San Jose, in conjunction with the technology firm's plan to eliminate 1,100 positions worldwide, the Mercury News reports. 

Cisco's decision to eliminate jobs was detailed in a notice that it filed with California's Employment Development Department.

The San Jose-based Cisco characterized the layoffs as "permanent," according to the EDD filing.

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So far this year, Cisco has eliminated 390 jobs in San Jose. Last year, Cisco cut 940 jobs, all of them in San Jose.

Shares of Cisco Systems were lower during mid-morning trading on Wednesday. 

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