J&J to lay off 297 Pennsylvania employees

Johnson & Johnson will lay off 297 employees at its facility in Wayne, Pa., according to The Philadelphia Inquirer. 

In its layoff filing with Pennsylvania officials, the drugmaker said the job are being cut because it has discontinued the product line manufactured in Wayne.

The notice was filed earlier this month. A J&J official did not immediately return the Inquirer's request for comment. 

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