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THE ADMINISTRATION

its entire staff, having a general executive responsibility.(1) As the Hadow Report said, "insistence on a legal education has the disadvantage that it excludes from the principal positions in local government persons of high administrative ability." It has the further demerit that only those who have been
able to afford the initial costs of some 200 pounds or 300 pounds in becoming articled to a solicitor are able to reach these positions.
Similarly, the statutory requirement that the chief Medical Officer shall be a qualified doctor means that he must have been able to spend six years in a medical training which is in the main irrelevant to his administrative duties, and that his specialism in this direction is likely to have stifled his inventiveness and elasticity on the administrative side. It means, too, that only those enter administration who cannot make larger incomes as doctors. It results in an unnecessary restriction of the field. Equally important with the Medical Officer in the scope of his duties is the Education Officer. He generally has varied teaching experience, has worked in a department, and is a university graduate. Mainly perhaps because the salary scales compare favourably with those of teaching, standards here are more satisfactory.
Such important positions as these are normally filled by open advertisement. There is considerable movement from one council to another. And for both these reasons it is fair to say, with the Hadow Committee, that "the local government service maintains a high standard." Much still needs to be done, however, to integrate the service both locally and nationally, to widen the sources from which it is drawn, to establish common standards, and to emphasise

1 See the interesting case made by Sir Ernest Simon in The British Civil Servant (ed. W. Robson), 1937.

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