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Over 90% of the £100K+ jobs on the Guardian Jobs website are public sector jobs. I find this an amazing statistic.

Golden Trough Award

Chief Executive

Employer: TELFORD AND WREKIN COUNCIL

Industry:Government - Local government Senior executive - Government

Contract: Permanent

Hours: Full Time

Salary: £149,000

Silver Trough Award

Chief Executive

Employer: CITY OF YORK COUNCIL

Industry: Senior executive - Public sector

Contract: Permanent

Hours: Full Time

Salary: Up to £145,000

Lets all have pay rises and pretend they are new jobs

Divisional Director - Cleansing and Waste, Employer: NEWHAM COUNCIL, Salary: Up to £110,000

Divisional Director - Crime and Anti Social Behaviour; NEWHAM COUNCIL Salary: Up to £110,000

Divisional Director - Highways and Transport: NEWHAM COUNCIL; Salary: Up to £110,000

Divisional Director - Housing and Public Protection: NEWHAM COUNCIL; Salary: Up to £110,000

Other Tax Abusers

Director of Chidren's Education & Families

Employer: THURROCK COUNCIL

Industry:Education - General Government - Local government Senior executive - Education Senior executive - Government

Contract: Permanent

Hours: Full Time

Salary: Package up to £132k

Chief Executive

Employer: CITY OF YORK COUNCIL

Industry: Senior executive - Public sector

Contract: Permanent

Hours: Full Time

Salary: Up to £145,000

Group Chief Executive

Employer: WALSALL HOUSING GROUP

Industry:Housing - General Housing - Housing services Senior executive - General Senior executive - Public sector

Contract: Permanent

Hours: Full Time

Salary: from £130k plus benefits

Group Chief Executive

Employer: DEVON & CORNWALL HOUSING

Industry:Housing - General Senior executive - General Senior executive - Public sector

Contract: Permanent

Hours: Full Time

Salary: Package c.£125k

Executive Director City Services

Employer: SUNDERLAND CITY COUNCIL

Industry:Government - Local government Senior executive - Government

Contract: Permanent

Hours: Full Time

Salary: £105-120K

Director of Organisation Development

Employer: KIRKLEES MBC

Industry: Senior executive - Public sector

Contract: Permanent

Hours: Full Time

Salary: Salary to £119K

Strategic Director (Performance & Commissioning)

Employer: BRADFORD COUNCIL FOR VOLUNTARY SERVICES

Industry:Government - Local government Senior executive - General Senior executive - Government Senior executive - Public sector

Contract: Permanent

Hours: Full Time

Salary: Up to £117,000 package

Strategic Director

Employer: CAMPBELL TICKELL

Industry:Housing - General Housing - Regeneration Contract: Permanent

Hours: Full Time

Salary: To £115k plus good relocation package

Executive Director, Children's Services

Employer: WALSALL METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL

Industry:Government - Local government Senior executive - Government Social care - Children's care

Contract: Permanent

Hours: Full Time Salary: £115k per annum, plus 10% prp

Deputy Corporate Director - Education and Culture

Employer: STAFFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL

Industry:Government - Local government Senior executive - Government

Contract: Permanent

Hours: Full Time

Salary: £103,474

Director of Learning

Employer: SANDWELL METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL

Industry:Government - Local government Senior executive - Government Social care - Children's care Social care - Youth work

Contract: Permanent

Hours: Full Time

Salary: £96,541 - £101,687 p.a.

Director of Children's Social Care

Employer: SANDWELL METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL

Industry:Government - Local government Senior executive - Government Social care - Children's care Social care - Youth work

Contract: Permanent

Hours: Full Time

Salary: £96,541 - £101,687 p.a.

Contract Director

Employer: PARKHOUSE BELL RECRUITMENT

Industry:Education - Further Government - General Senior executive - Education Senior executive - Public sector Social care - General

Contract: Permanent

Hours: Full Time

Salary: £100K neg

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It seems to be getting worse.

We need a public sector pay crash.

yes.

50% off the difference between the salary and 25K.

that would save about 25% of the total public sector spend?????

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Over 90% of the £100K+ jobs on the Guardian Jobs website are public sector jobs. I find this an amazing statistic.

95% of the £100K+ jobs on The Telegraph website are private sector jobs. I find this completely unsurprising. But then I read both papers each week and know that most private sector jobs (especially sales) get advertised in The Telegraph. Also, senior executive/finance jobs are in The Pink 'Un, and charity jobs in The Observer.

Pip, pip!

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It seems to be getting worse.

We need a public sector pay crash.

Damn right; these excesses need reigning back NOW.

This is an area for real tension and wider protests in the next 12 months.

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95% of the £100K+ jobs on The Telegraph website are private sector jobs. I find this completely unsurprising. But then I read both papers each week and know that most private sector jobs (especially sales) get advertised in The Telegraph. Also, senior executive/finance jobs are in The Pink 'Un, and charity jobs in The Observer.

Pip, pip!

True, the Grauniad is right up there with ITV in terms of depending on the government for advertising revenue.

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