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Wales Sees An Increase In Public Sector Jobs Ahead Of Cuts Taking Full Effect

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Wales is different, Wales is special.

EXTRAORDINARY official statistics that say Wales has seen a rise of 8.7% in public sector employment in a year have led to fears that spending cuts have yet to hit with full force.

The figure, published on the Office for National Statistics’ website Nomis, paints a different picture to the more conventional way of measuring changes in the labour market, which says there has been a decrease in public sector jobs in Wales.

According to Nomis, there was a rise in public sector employment of 35,800 jobs between June 2010 and June 2011 – equivalent to 8.7%.

Over the same period, there was said to have been a decrease of 35,000 jobs (3.7%) in the Welsh private sector. In percentage terms, this was the biggest private sector drop behind the East Midlands at 4.2%.

Read More http://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/2011/09/24/wales-sees-an-increase-in-public-sector-jobs-ahead-of-cuts-taking-full-effect-91466-29478384/#ixzz1Yr7hCtsf

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