SAN FRANCISCO -- BankAmerica Corp., stymied by the weak California economy, plans to cut up to 3,750 jobs, or 3.8% of its work force, by the end of next year.

The reduction, which will slash about $250 million in annual expenses, comes on top of 20,000 job cuts following the company's 1991 megamerger with Security Pacific Corp.

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