Air Ministry (Civilian Staffs).

Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance. – in the House of Commons on 26th February 1942.

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Mr. David Adams:

asked the Secretary of State for Air how many of each of the undermentioned categories of civilian staffs are employed in Air

Grade.Approximate numbers enmployed at Air Ministry outstations.
Works Directorate.Maintenance Units.R.A.F. Stations.
Air Service Clerks, Grade I33*906
Air Service Clerks, Grade III11941082
Air Service Asst. Clerks, Estab.36178†226
Air Service Asst. Clerks, Unest.642
Air Service Asst. Clerks, Temp.35151224
Temporary Clerks, Grade II, Male2824082
Temporary Clerks, Grade II, Female141328
Temporary Clerks, Grade III, Male3881,098832
Temporary Clerks, Grade III, Female5672,998684
Shorthand Typists, Estab.27513
Shorthand Typists, Temp.228160378
Copying Typists, Estab.10387
Copying-Typists, Temp.7134289
Teleprinter Operators, Male8346
Teleprinter Operators, Female11912
* 15 other posts for Air Service Clerks, Grade I are filled by Civil Accountants, temporary.
† No details readily available of number who are unestablished.

The above numbers do not include staff now serving with His Majesty's Forces, nor, in the case of overseas stations, staff entered locally.