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None of the staff people under Jim's umbrella were threatened by the wave of *layoffs.

The word "layoff" means temporary suspension or permanent termination of employment. Is this word usually used in the plural form (layoffs) in this context?

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None of the staff people under Jim's umbrella were threatened by the wave of *layoffs. 

The word "layoff" means temporary suspension or permanent termination of employment. Is this word usually used in the plural form (layoffs) in this context?
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