It’s always a sad day when news come in of hard-working folks losing their cherished jobs — and, unfortunately, today’s one of those dismal days. In a detailed press release, Lexmark’s let it be known it’ll be be undergoing a company-wide restructure, but with the main focus being the exiting of the outfit’s inkjet hardware development and manufacturing — which, in the end, should save the printer maker about $ 95 million per year once the plan has taken place. Naturally, this doesn’t come without any repercussions, as Lexmark’s announced these restructuring actions will see around 1,700 worldwide jobs be lost; 1,100 of which are manufacturing positions, and also include the closing of an inkjet supplies manufacturing plant in the Philippines. Needless to say, we can only hope Lexmark sees better days. For now, however, you can peruse over the company’s official word in the presser located right past the break.