Report those numbers to The Columbia Journalism Review, which wants to become a clearing house for layoffs in the business. Especially since newspapers have begun hiding the numbers:
"Semi-regular rounds of newsroom culling have become as predictable as media corporations’ downward spiral of ominous quarterly earnings reports. It’s in companies’ PR interests to limit news of such erosion of value, but shielding this information from public view conflicts with their own newspapers’ missions."
From a CJR column.