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28% rise in NHS recruits

27th March 2009

Figures from the Information Centre show that the number of people working for the NHS in England has increased by almost 28% in the past decade.

There has been an average 2.5% increase every year since 1998 with some of the biggest increases in registrars - rising at an average rate of 11.2% a year while ambulance support staff increased at a rate of 7.7% a year. Over the same period, the numbers of NHS managers, administrative and infrastructure support staff grew by 2.7% a year.


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Title: 28% rise in NHS recruits
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 10768
Date Added: 27th Mar 2009


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