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A Quarterly Report of Full-Time-Equivalent State Employees for the Quarter Ending November 30, 1994

Report Number 95-062

There were 261,838 full-time equivalent state employees for the quarter ending November 30, 1994, according to reports filed by 210 state agencies. There were 240,303 full-time state employees and 62,633 part-time state employees.

The number of full-time equivalent state employees increased by 7,233 (or 3.06 percent) over the quarter ending August 31,1994.

The majority of the increase (8,149 FTEs) was in higher education and reflects the normal increase in the academic school year between summer school and fall semester. The other large increase was in the Department of Criminal Justice (1,689 FTEs), which is the result of staffing for new prison units. A large decrease in employees at the Department of Transportation (1,453 FTEs) is caused mainly by seasonal employees that were hired only for the summer months.

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