The federal government is in a hiring spree, with more than 500,000 positions filled in just one year and the number of federal employees working in non-management positions forecast to grow by 30 percent over the next decade.

But some of those jobs aren’t even on the government payroll, as a number of job postings have been put on hold as they’re filled.

The job openings are a reflection of the government’s recent restructuring efforts.

The federal workforce has been shrinking since the financial crisis, and the federal workforce in 2017 was down nearly half, or 10,000, from 2016.

However, many jobs are being filled with temporary or part-time positions, which could result in temporary layoffs for the remaining positions.

In the last year, the federal government has posted more than 5.5 million job openings.

But that has come with a cost: the federal budget has fallen by $6.5 billion since 2020.

Many of the vacancies are for non-administrative roles.

The most common roles that are being advertised are administrative assistant positions and nursing home administrator positions.

While those positions are generally relatively inexpensive, they are a bit harder to fill in the government workforce.

According to the government, about 2.5 percent of all federal workers are in non–management positions.

Of those, the government said about 1.3 percent were in managerial positions.

Some of those vacancies are due to the federal health care reform program, which has resulted in a sharp reduction in the number and size of jobs that require a bachelor’s degree.

Many federal employees also have to take an on-the-job training course, which is usually not part of the federal job market.

Some employers are offering some temporary training through the federal Employment Services Program.

But other positions that may be filling up are administrative assistants, who tend to be more in demand.

The government said the federal agency responsible for administering the federal payroll has hired more than 50,000 people in non‐management positions since the start of the year.

That figure includes temporary jobs and part‐time positions.

However the government doesn’t break out positions in the public safety and public health sectors, which account for nearly 40 percent of the job openings and are typically paid more than $40,000 a year.

The agency said it’s also hiring people in other government agencies, such as the Department of Justice, the Department, and Veterans Affairs, as well as in education and welfare.

As the federal economy has improved, the number with government jobs has increased, too.

The number of full-time, full-year government jobs rose to 4.3 million from 4.2 million in January 2018.

That’s down from 4 million in December 2018.

However those positions have grown faster than those in nonmanagement positions, as the government has added about 100,000 jobs in nonmanagerial positions since January.

The Federal Government of Canada said that, as of September 2018, the agency had posted more job openings than all other federal departments combined.

That includes nonmanagement jobs and government-sponsored programs.

That means there are more nonmanageric positions available for applicants to fill, as compared to the number filling nonmanagerical positions.

Government jobs are a mix of nonmanagement and management positions.

The main types of positions in nonmotorized vehicles and the public transit system are also popular among job seekers.

A person with a Bachelor of Science in nursing can become a nurse assistant or nurse practitioner, for example.

The jobs that are available for nurses include social workers, occupational therapists, social workers in general, and nurses and medical assistants.

There are also roles for registered nurses, certified nurse assistants, and registered nurses in general.

There also are nursing home attendants, nursing home supervisors, and nursing facility supervisors.

The positions are often similar in cost, with the most common types of jobs being a registered nurse, social worker, occupational therapist, and nurse practitioner.

These jobs are typically more expensive than a nursing assistant.

A registered nurse in Ontario, for instance, can get an annual salary of about $40 an hour, which puts her in line with many other nonmotive nurses in the province.

However some of the most popular roles in the nursing home, including registered nurse assistants and registered nurse practitioners, are paid less than the average nonmployed person.

The average person makes between $24,000 and $37,000 annually, according to the Office of the Chief Economist of the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.

The annual pay of a registered nursing home nurse is about $30,000.

There is also an incentive for people to apply for jobs in nursing homes, which pay well above the average wages for people who are not in the private sector.

For example, a registered health care worker in Ontario can get $30 an hour for a one-year contract.

There’s also an increase in the demand for nursing home workers in Ontario