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Looking at the data and changes at the municipal level shows that the city of Cagliari has recorded increases in local units and employees higher in absolute terms. The number of local units has almost tripled in the Wide Area outside the capital, while the number of employees showed a +376% in the municipalities of the second belt and a+102% in the second belt. The government The important role played by the public sector covers three main areas: public administration in the strict sense, education and health. The aggregate is the most populous of the government [in the strict sense] and defense, with 236 local units (172 in Cagliari) and 12,140 employees (10,095 in Cagliari), which did not experience major changes in the number of local units, virtually unchanged, but only an increase of 1554 (+14.7%) the number of employees intercensal period. Education has a total of 11,092 addetti17, 576 employees in less than in 1991 as a result of the sum of the strong decrease of employees in the capital (-1 551employees) and an increase in the number of operators in the two belts (+975employees). The field of health and social services has addetti18 8,735 public sector employees(+2487 compared to 1991) and 76 structures (-26). Observation of the data shown in the table show the structure better monocentric Wide Area, Cagliari, where acts as attractor for all public services, social and destined for the person. In fact, as mentioned earlier, the distribution of supply of the services offered by the public sector is highly concentrated in the capital city, with a more balanced distribution with regard to the education sector, whose geographical location is obviously related to the width and the density of population, with the exception of services of higher education and adult education (further education). The health sector deserves a more thorough, as it affects a large number of private operators who help the public health sector. Cagliari is very different views in the Wide Area served more as the center of the field. The municipalities that are part of the first belt in turn have an allocation of staff and facilities than the more common of the second belt, although both are proving to values well below those of the capital. The comparison between public and private sectors, show a marked difference in the distribution of employees in relation to local units. In the face of a preponderance of private hospitals in the area (87% of the total), 64% of employees are employed at public facilities. Cagliari is home to 64% of the activities of social services, 50% of the veterinary services and 64% of the whole area of social Wide.