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40,000 Work In The Public Sector In Swansea

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Worth havinbg a read of this thread. BBC Wales went big time about the coming spending cuts in Wales - focussed on Swansea.

Swansea has the highest number of public sector employees in the UK.

Swansea has, wait for this, 40,000 people working in the public sector.

http://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/forum/index.php?showtopic=145210

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Where?

DVLA (Driver & Vehicle Licensing Agency) Rosb Bldg, Sandringham Park, Swansea Vale, Swansea, West Glamorgan SA70EE, United Kingdom

... for a start. Dunno ... but I suspect that is a pretty 'Swansea' address, that one?

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Worth havinbg a read of this thread. BBC Wales went big time about the coming spending cuts in Wales - focussed on Swansea.

Swansea has the highest number of public sector employees in the UK.

Swansea has, wait for this, 40,000 people working in the public sector.

http://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/forum/index.php?showtopic=145210

Fixed. ;)

The number of people working there might not be that many.

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bbc wales swansea bashing, so what's new.

do bbc cardiff ever broadcast anything positive about the rest of wales outside cardiff, that's if they can find anytime in their broadcasts to mention anywhere else besides bleating on about their beloved cardiff with the usual cardiff propaganda they feed the welsh public.

lots of recent jobs into wales have been around swansea like amazon, hsbc, virgin atlantic, etc

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If you go the link in the main thread there is a link to the iplayer programme - it shows precisely where the jobs are in Swansea in the public sector.

It is not Swansea bashing but a dire warning of what is to come. Radio Wales is leading with this story again now and talking about how construction, house prices, etc, etc, will all be affected by the coming cuts.

Swansea was just used as the example because basically it is public sector city - like some ancient Soviet city in the middle of nowhere churning out tractors... at least the Soviet cities made something!

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