In a Publisher's Weekly article yesterday, I read about McGraw-Hill Education cutting back over 300 jobs. This raised a question for me. When an education publishing company cuts that many jobs, do they also cut back on freelancers, or does their need for freelancers increase to make up for the loss of resources in-house? I'd really like to hear from people who have experience with this. Other than the tangle of who's-the-editor-now?, is this a good thing for freelancers, or a bad thing?