The transition from print to digital has claimed yet more jobs. Media Bistro’s Galleycat reports Pearson has notified 19 employees their services will be terminated at the end of the month. The company statement explained: “Pearson’s businesses continue to shift from traditional print models to digital products and services. As our business needs have shifted, we’ve had to make difficult but necessary decisions about staffing.” Publishing isn’t the only industry that has been hit. Over the last few weeks, the New York Post, New York Daily News, and Say Media either announced voluntary buyouts or let staffers go. The two top editors at the Village Voice resigned rather than follow the directive from upper management to trim five from their already slim 20-member staff.