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Civil Service (New Entrants)

Volume 407: debated on Thursday 19 June 2003

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To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many new entrants to the Civil Service were employed in his Department in each of the last five years; and how many in each year were aged 50 or over. [119816]

The information is as follows:

HM Treasury
1 April-31 MarchNew entrants to the Civil ServiceNumber aged 50 or over
1998–99762
1999–2000630
2000–011324
2001–021813
2002–031152
HM Customs & Excise
1 April-31 MarchNew entrants to the Civil ServiceNumber aged 50 or over
1998–991,28475
1999–20001,49684
2000–012,323129
2001–021,46869
2002–031,815112
Inland Revenue
1 April-31 MarchNew entrants to the Civil ServiceNumber aged 50 or over
1998–992,537313
1999–20004,054581
2000–012,833279
2001–024,240485
2002–034,637524