Depends on what happens. For now, that jobs is there, and for those working it, saved. But cuts by the state have made it impossible to accomplish our mission, and we will have to change our mission, having a huge effect on the population here, if something isn't done. The state will now likley do less after the last election, and this will effect students harshly in our area.Oh, and how exactly do you calculate a "saved" job? By your own standard you said:
So that is not really a "saved" job, to me it sounds more like a delayed lay off.
So for those employed and those needing the service, it was a save.