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2013 Census tables about a place:
Otorohanga District

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Work and labour force status

2013 Census

Work and labour force status of people in Otorohanga District and New Zealand
2013 Census
 
Work and labour force status(1) Otorohanga District New Zealand
Employed full time 3,426 1,541,061
Employed part time 984 459,945
Total employed 4,410 2,001,006
Unemployed 267 153,210
Total labour force 4,677 2,154,219
Not in the labour force 2,001 1,058,100
Total people stated 6,675 3,212,316
Status unidentifiable 333 164,100
Total people 7,011 3,376,419

1. A person's work and labour force status in the seven days ending 3 March 2013.
Note: All figures are for the census usually resident population count aged 15 years and over.
Source: Statistics New Zealand


Employment and unemployment rates of people in Otorohanga District and New Zealand
2013 Census
 
Employment status(1)(2) Otorohanga District (percent) New Zealand
Employed full time 73.3 71.5
Employed part time 21.0 21.4
Unemployed 5.7 7.1

1. A person's employment status in the seven days ending 3 March 2013.
2. Employment and unemployment rates are calculated using the total number of people in the labour force.
Note: All figures are for the census usually resident population count aged 15 years and over.
Source: Statistics New Zealand


Work and labour force status of Māori in Otorohanga District and New Zealand
2013 Census
 
Work and labour force status(1) Otorohanga District New Zealand
Employed full time 627 172,113
Employed part time 210 51,810
Total employed 837 223,923
Unemployed 132 41,292
Total labour force 966 265,218
Not in the labour force 609 131,067
Total people stated 1,578 396,288
Status unidentifiable
Total people 1,581 396,288

1. A person's work and labour force status in the seven days ending 3 March 2013.
Note: The Māori population is the Māori ethnic group census usually resident population count aged 15 years and over. It includes those people who stated Māori as being either their only ethnic group or one of several ethnic groups.
Symbol: ... not applicable
Source: Statistics New Zealand


Employment and unemployment rates of Māori in Otorohanga District and New Zealand
2013 Census
 
Employment status(1)(2) Otorohanga District (percent) New Zealand
Employed full time 64.9 64.9
Employed part time 21.4 19.5
Unemployed 13.7 15.6

1. A person's employment status in the seven days ending 3 March 2013.
2. Employment and unemployment rates are calculated using the total number of people in the labour force.
Note: The Māori population is the Māori ethnic group census usually resident population count aged 15 years and over. It includes those people who stated Māori as being either their only ethnic group or one of several ethnic groups.
Source: Statistics New Zealand


2001–2013 Censuses

Work and labour force status of people in Otorohanga District
2001–2013 Censuses
 
Work and labour force status(1) 2001 2006 2013
Employed full time 3,288 3,447 3,426
Employed part time 1,026 1,149 984
Total employed 4,311 4,596 4,410
Unemployed 252 189 267
Total labour force 4,563 4,785 4,677
Not in the labour force 2,127 1,980 2,001
Total people stated 6,690 6,768 6,675
Status unidentifiable 186 123 333
Total people 6,876 6,888 7,011

1. A person's work and labour force status in the seven days ending 4 March 2001, 5 March 2006, and 3 March 2013.
Note: All figures are for the census usually resident population count aged 15 years and over.
Source: Statistics New Zealand


Employment and unemployment rates of people in Otorohanga District
2001–2013 Censuses
 
Employment status(1)(2) 2001 2006 2013
Employed full time 72.0 72.0 73.3
Employed part time 22.5 24.1 21.0
Unemployed 5.5 3.9 5.7

1. A person's employment status in the seven days ending 4 March 2001, 5 March 2006, and 3 March 2013.
2. Employment and unemployment rates are calculated using the total number of people in the labour force.
Note: All figures are for the census usually resident population count aged 15 years and over.
Source: Statistics New Zealand


Work and labour force status of Māori in Otorohanga District
2001–2013 Censuses
 
Work and labour force status(1) 2001 2006 2013
Employed full time 573 645 627
Employed part time 240 264 210
Total employed 813 909 837
Unemployed 141 102 132
Total labour force 954 1,014 966
Not in the labour force 735 615 609
Total people stated 1,689 1,626 1,578
Status unidentifiable
Total people 1,689 1,623 1,581

1. A person's work and labour force status in the seven days ending 4 March 2001, 5 March 2006, and 3 March 2013.
Note: The Māori population is the Māori ethnic group census usually resident population count aged 15 years and over. It includes those people who stated Māori as being either their only ethnic group or one of several ethnic groups.
Symbol: ... not applicable
Source: Statistics New Zealand


Employment and unemployment rates of Māori in Otorohanga District
2001–2013 Censuses
 
Employment status(1)(2) 2001 2006 2013
Employed full time 60.1 63.6 64.9
Employed part time 25.2 26.0 21.4
Unemployed 14.8 10.1 13.7

1. A person's employment status in the seven days ending 4 March 2001, 5 March 2006, and 3 March 2013.
2. Employment and unemployment rates are calculated using the total number of people in the labour force.
Note: The Māori population is the Māori ethnic group census usually resident population count aged 15 years and over. It includes those people who stated Māori as being either their only ethnic group or one of several ethnic groups.
Source: Statistics New Zealand


Occupation

2013 Census

Occupation of employed people in Otorohanga District and New Zealand
2013 Census
 
Occupation(1)(2) Otorohanga District New Zealand
Managers 1,401 356,076
Professionals 480 426,696
Technicians and trade workers 399 227,814
Community and personal service workers 318 171,036
Clerical and administration workers 357 227,991
Sales workers 255 176,817
Machinery operators and workers 255 103,575
Labourers 696 210,588
Total people stated 4,161 1,900,602
Not elsewhere included(3) 249 100,407
Total people 4,410 2,001,009

1. Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO V1.1).  This occupation classification has five levels. Level one is called major group and is the least detailed (nine categories). 
2. A person's occupation in the seven days ending 3 March 2013.
3. Consists of response unidentifiable, response outside scope, and not stated.
Note: All figures are for the employed census usually resident population count aged 15 years and over.
Source: Statistics New Zealand


Occupation of employed Māori in Otorohanga District and New Zealand
2013 Census
 
Occupation(1)(2) Otorohanga District New Zealand
Managers 153 27,321
Professionals 72 34,197
Technicians and trade workers 90 23,433
Community and personal service workers 102 24,636
Clerical and administration workers 51 22,191
Sales workers 69 17,412
Machinery operators and workers 63 18,579
Labourers 168 40,488
Total people stated 768 208,260
Not elsewhere included(3) 69 15,666
Total people 837 223,923

1. Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO V1.1).  This occupation classification has five levels. Level one is called major group and is the least detailed (nine categories). 
2. A person's occupation in the seven days ending 3 March 2013.
3. Consists of response unidentifiable, response outside scope, and not stated.
Note: The Māori population is the employed Māori ethnic group census usually resident population count aged 15 years and over. It includes those people who stated Māori as being either their only ethnic group or one of several ethnic groups
Source: Statistics New Zealand


2006–2013 Censuses

Occupation of employed people in Otorohanga District
2006–2013 Censuses
 
Occupation(1)(2) 2006 2013
Managers 1,494 1,401
Professionals 381 480
Technicians and trade workers 420 399
Community and personal service workers 300 318
Clerical and administration workers 381 357
Sales workers 246 255
Machinery operators and workers 273 255
Labourers 735 696
Total people stated 4,224 4,161
Not elsewhere included(3) 372 249
Total people 4,596 4,410

1. Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO V1.1). This occupation classification has five levels. Level one is called major group and is the least detailed (nine categories). 
2. A person's occupation in the seven days ending 5 March 2006 and 3 March 2013.
3. Consists of response unidentifiable, response outside scope, and not stated.
Note: All figures are for the employed census usually resident population count aged 15 years and over.
Source: Statistics New Zealand


Occupation of employed Māori in Otorohanga District
2006–2013 Censuses
 
Occupation(1)(2) 2006 2013
Managers 141 153
Professionals 54 72
Technicians and trade workers 111 90
Community and personal service workers 105 102
Clerical and administration workers 60 51
Sales workers 51 69
Machinery operators and workers 63 63
Labourers 210 168
Total people stated 795 768
Not elsewhere included(3) 111 69
Total people 906 837

1. Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO V1.1). This occupation classification has five levels. Level one is called major group and is the least detailed (nine categories). 
2. A person's occupation in the seven days ending 5 March 2006 and 3 March 2013.
3. Consists of response unidentifiable, response outside scope, and not stated.
Note: The Māori population is the employed Māori ethnic group census usually resident population count aged 15 years and over. It includes those people who stated Māori as being either their only ethnic group or one of several ethnic groups
Source: Statistics New Zealand


Note: This time series is irregular. Because the 2011 Census was cancelled after the Canterbury earthquake on 22 February 2011, the gap between this census and the last one is seven years. The change in the data between 2006 and 2013 may be greater than in the usual five-year gap between censuses. Be careful when comparing trends.

This data has been randomly rounded to protect confidentiality. Individual figures may not add up to totals, and values for the same data may vary in different text, tables, and graphs.

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