Public Sector Employment in Scotland Statistics for 4th Quarter 2022
Statistics based on administrative records and surveys of individual public sector bodies carried out by the Scottish Government and the Office for National Statistics (ONS). This is a snapshot of employment as at December 2022.
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Table 5: Total devolved public sector employment by sector; Scotland, Full-time equivalent [note 1] [note 4]
This worksheet contains one table. Some cells refer to notes which can be found under the table. When notes are mentioned the note marker is presented in square brackets.
Some shorthand may have been used in the spreadsheet, r - revision
Not Seasonally Adjusted
|Quarter||revisions||Total Devolved Public Sector||NHS||Civil Service||Police and Fire Services [note 2]||Further Education Colleges [note 3]||Other Public Bodies||Local Government [note 2]||Public Corporations|
|Change on year to Q4 2022||4,340||90||2,980||-400||-130||350||1,170||280|
|% change on year Q4 2022||1.0%||0.1%||12.9%||-1.5%||-1.3%||2.5%||0.5%||2.2%|
Note 1: Employment figures have been rounded to the nearest hundred, with the exception of local government and public corporation figures which are rounded to the nearest thousand; change on year rounded to the nearest ten; percentages are based on unrounded figures. "-" denotes blank entries. Totals may not equal the sum of individual parts due to rounding.
Note 2: Police and Fire Reform: From Q2 2013 Police and Fire Services have been reclassified as central government rather than local government (as their predecessors were). All police staff are employed by the Scottish Police Authority (SPA) whether deployed with the SPA or with the Police Service of Scotland.
Note 3: Information for further education colleges in Scotland is based on collected information from Q4 2010. The method used to create the back series is detailed in the background notes of this publication.
Note 4: For further information on interpreting these series, see the series reclassification guide or background notes of the publication.
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