As California schools chop away at their payrolls to meet $4.8 billion in state budget cuts, roughly 20,000 employees -- including many teachers -- face possible layoffs. Many are finding themselves competing for the few in-state job openings, while others weigh leaving the state in search of work. "Everyone is laying off teachers right now ... it's a tough market," said fifth-grade teacher Adrian Wong. "I really never thought it would come to this."
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