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The figures reveal the largest number of vacancies are at Barts in London, which has 1,732 unfilled roles but is also the biggest hospital trust in the country.
In addition, the number of schools reporting unfilled vacancies and temporarily filled posts has increased across both primary (from six per cent in 2010 to 6.
In addition to this, the number of schools reporting unfilled vacancies and temporarily filled posts has increased across both primary (from six per cent in 2010 to 6.
Along with the unfilled spaces in 2014/15, that should mean 1.
Unfilled PEEK offers ductility, good impact resistance, and isotropic properties, but often lacks sufficient stiffness and strength, while reinforced PEEK grades are typically the opposite: very strong and stiff materials but comparatively brittle.
The following parameters were measured or counted; fruit length (cm), fruit circumference (cm), fruit cavity diameter (cm), ridge length (cm), total number of seeds, number of filled and unfilled seeds, seed height (cm), seed width (cm), seed thickness (mm), 10-seed weight (g) and seedling emergence (%).
Giving some further figures about unfilled quotas in public institutions, Kahveci said a 15,045-person quota for disabled employees is waiting to be filled at the Ministry of Education.
When asked if the practice of other senators to realign the budget for unfilled positions was prone to abuse, he said yes because it was in the discretion of the senator how that will be spent and that it only required a certification to be liquidated.
67 million) unfilled, and revenues in September surging 29.
Across Britain, there were 1,461,644 unemployed claimants chasing a total of 253,698 unfilled job vacancies, the union said.
These positions routinely go unfilled for months, even years.
Summary: Thousands of nursing shifts are going unfilled across the NHS and the number is rising, as recent data suggests.