NHS workforce vacancy rates in the Midlands Q1 2018/19 - Q1 2023/24, by sector

Vacancy rates of the NHS workforce in the Midlands region of England from Q1 2018/19 to Q1 2023/24, by sector

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Release date

August 2023


United Kingdom (England)

Survey time period

June 2018 to June 2023

Supplementary notes

A vacancy is defined as a post that is unfilled by permanent or fixed-term staff. Some vacant posts may be filled by agency or temporary staff, but these posts are still considered to be vacancies.
The number of vacancies is the difference between the number of reported full-time equivalent (FTE) permanent or fixed-term staff in post and planned workforce levels (i.e. the total funded or budgeted establishment on an FTE basis). The number of vacancies is on an FTE basis. The vacancy rate is a calculation of the FTE number of vacancies as a percentage of planned FTE workforce levels.

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