Return # of records in a query as a field value for query

I am constructing a query that combines two tables and has 1010 rows.  I need to show the record count a field value within the query results.

Attached is output from the query with two fields EmployeeNumber and LicType (type of licenses the employee has).

I would like create a 3rd field showing the count of records (1010).

Here is my current code.
SELECT     dbo.tbl_License_Employee_Test.EmployeeNumber, COALESCE (dbo.tbl_LicensePro_License_Test.Type, '') AS LicType
FROM         dbo.tbl_License_Employee_Test LEFT OUTER JOIN
                      dbo.tbl_LicensePro_License_Test ON 
                      dbo.tbl_License_Employee_Test.EmployeeNumber = dbo.tbl_LicensePro_License_Test.EmployeeNumber
GROUP BY dbo.tbl_License_Employee_Test.EmployeeNumber, dbo.tbl_LicensePro_License_Test.Type

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What is the syntax for the subquery to count the # of records in the output?

Thanks

Glen
LicType.xlsx
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Anoo S PillaiCommented:
If your requirement is to add a third column with the same value , which is the total count of rows in the output , you could use clause "count(1) over () " in your select statement.

An example follows -

select table_name , count(1) over ()
from information_schema.tables

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