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World Politics 51.1 (1998) 84
 

Welfare-State Retrenchment Revisited:
Entitlement Cuts, Public Sector Restructuring, and Inegalitarian Trends in Advanced Capitalist Societies

Richard Clayton and Jonas Pontusson


Table 8
Government Employment in the U.K.
(Thousands of Full-Time Equivalents) (1985, 1994)

1985 1994 % Change

Central government
    armed forces
    NHS
    other
326
1,030
2,144
250
951
1,087
-23.3
-7.7
-49.3
Local government
    education
    social services
    construction
    police
    other
1,027
256
125
182
741
818
288
86
201
662
-20.4
+12.4
-31.2
+10.4
-10.7
       Total 5,831 4,343 -25.5

Source: Amanda Hughes, "Employment in the Public and Private Sectors," Employment Gazette, no. 495 (January 1995), 18.
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