Monday, August 08, 2005

Sask: Number of bureaucrats exploding

According to the most recent Sask Trends Monitor, the number of people who are employed in the field of "public administration" has grown by 5,000 since 2000 (13.7 per cent). Meanwhile, the province's population remains stalled at less than a million.

While total employment was up 1.4 per cent from last year, most of that growth "was among those 55 years of age."

Staggering.

1 comment:

John Murney said...

None of us should be surprised by this - a socialist government is naturally going to increase the size of the public service, and the Calvert Government is a socialist government.

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