Long-term vacancy rates for all of the main staff groups is now below 1% for all staff groups, according to the statistics.
The figure for nurses remaining unchanged at 0.5% and GPs had the lowest long-term vacancy rates of 0.3%.
Rates for hospital doctors and dentists fell from 1.1% to 0.9%.
The survey, which is produced quarterly, is the result of data collected between March and June.
Chief executive of the NHS Information Centre, Tim Straughan said: ‘This is good news for patients because low vacancy rates are likely to contribute towards better continuity of care.’