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Public sector employment in Scotland - Statistics for 2nd Quarter 2019

Published: 10 Sep 2019
Directorate:
Chief Economist Directorate
Part of:
Public sector, Statistics
ISBN:
9781839601576

A snapshot of public sector employment as at June 2019.

34 page PDF

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34 page PDF

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Contents
Public sector employment in Scotland - Statistics for 2nd Quarter 2019
Table 6: Reserved civil service employment; Scotland, Headcount 1,2

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Table 6: Reserved civil service employment; Scotland, Headcount 1,2

Not Seasonally Adjusted

Reserved Civil Service
Total Reserved Civil Service Ministry of Defence HM Revenue and Customs Department for Work and Pensions2,4 Department for International Development Scotland Office Other Civil Service
Q2 2013 27,900 4,100 9,400 11,400 600 70 2,400
Q2 2014 25,800 4,000 8,700 10,200 600 70 2,300
Q2 2015 26,000 3,900 9,200 10,000 600 70 2,200
Q2 2016 25,400 4,000 9,000 9,600 700 80 2,100
Q2 2017 25,600 4,100 8,900 9,600 800 80 2,100
Q2 2018 24,700 4,100 8,300 9,100 900 80 2,300
Q2 2019 24,300 4,100 8,200 8,800 1,000 90 2,300
Change on year to:
Q2 2019 -390 10 -170 -320 80 10 0
% change on year:
Q2 2019 -1.6% 0.3% -2.1% -3.5% 9.2% 11.1% 0.0%

Notes:

1. Employment figures have been rounded to the nearest hundred, with the exception of the Scotland Office figures, which have been rounded to the nearest ten. Change on year rounded to the nearest ten. Percentages are based on unrounded figures. Totals may not equal the sum of individual parts due to rounding.

2. For futher information on interpreting these series, see the background notes of the publication.


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