A Quarterly Report of Full-Time Equivalent State Employees For the Quarter Ending November 30, 1995
Report Number 96-700
There were 265,615 full-time equivalent state employees for the quarter ending
November 30, 1995, according to reports filed by 209 state agencies and institutions
of higher education.
Key Facts and Findings
- There were 243,923 full-time state employees and 61,138 part-time state
- The number of full-time equivalent employees in state agencies decreased
by 4,968 and the number in state institutions of higher education increased
by 7,363 over the quarter ending August 31, 1995, resulting in a net increase
of 2,395 (or 0.91 percent).
- The increase in higher education reflects the normal increase in the academic
school year between the summer and fall semesters. The majority of the decrease
in state agencies took place in the following six agencies: Department of
Transportation (1,775 FTEs); Department of Human Services (864 FTEs); Department
of Mental Health and Mental Retardation (708 FTEs); Department of Protective
and Regulatory Services (487 FTEs); Department of Health (479 FTEs); and Parks
and Wildlife Department (349 FTEs).
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