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2013 Census tables about a place:
Gisborne Region
Qualifications

2013 Census

Highest qualification of people in Gisborne Region and New Zealand
2013 Census
 
Highest qualification Gisborne Region New Zealand
No qualification 7,923 628,380
Level 1 certificate 4,521 389,913
Level 2 certificate 3,483 320,388
Level 3 certificate 2,331 289,062
Level 4 certificate 2,913 291,975
Level 5 or level 6 diploma(1) 2,439 278,091
Bachelor's degree and level 7 qualifications 2,649 408,441
Post-graduate and honours degrees 525 86,601
Master's degree 312 83,949
Doctorate degree 63 22,317
Overseas secondary school qualification 795 201,519
Total people stated 27,951 3,000,633
Not elsewhere included(2) 4,971 375,783
Total people 32,925 3,376,419

1. Consists of level 5 and level 6 diploma responses. These categories have been combined due to data quality concerns.
2. Consists of response unidentifiable and not stated.
Note: All figures are for the census usually resident population count aged 15 years and over.
Source: Statistics New Zealand


Highest qualification of Māori in Gisborne Region and New Zealand
2013 Census
 
Highest qualification Gisborne Region New Zealand
No qualification 4,161 119,544
Level 1 certificate 2,046 60,894
Level 2 certificate 1,503 46,467
Level 3 certificate 1,146 40,542
Level 4 certificate 978 31,533
Level 5 or level 6 diploma(1) 771 22,461
Bachelor's degree and level 7 qualifications 843 27,057
Post-graduate and honours degrees 129 4,752
Master's degree 96 3,600
Doctorate degree 6 669
Overseas secondary school qualification 48 1,773
Total people stated 11,727 359,283
Not elsewhere included(2) 1,527 37,002
Total people 13,254 396,285

1. Consists of level 5 and level 6 diploma responses. These categories have been combined due to data quality concerns.
2. Consists of response unidentifiable and not stated.
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


2006–2013 Censuses

Highest qualification of people in Gisborne Region
2006–2013 Censuses
 
Highest qualification 2006 2013
No qualification 9,567 7,923
Level 1 certificate 4,614 4,521
Level 2 certificate 3,297 3,483
Level 3 certificate 1,980 2,331
Level 4 certificate 3,072 2,913
Level 5 or level 6 diploma(1) 2,526 2,439
Bachelor's degree and level 7 qualifications 1,971 2,649
Post-graduate and honours degrees 354 525
Master's degree 216 312
Doctorate degree 54 63
Overseas secondary school qualification 690 795
Total people stated 28,341 27,951
Not elsewhere included(2) 4,506 4,971
Total people 32,847 32,925

1. Consists of level 5 and level 6 diploma responses. These categories have been combined due to data quality concerns.
2. Consists of response unidentifiable and not stated.
Note: All figures are for the census usually resident population count aged 15 years and over.
Source: Statistics New Zealand


Highest qualification of Māori in Gisborne Region
2006–2013 Censuses
 
Highest qualification 2006 2013
No qualification 4,917 4,161
Level 1 certificate 1,953 2,046
Level 2 certificate 1,266 1,503
Level 3 certificate 864 1,146
Level 4 certificate 978 978
Level 5 or level 6 diploma(1) 744 771
Bachelor's degree and level 7 qualifications 504 843
Post-graduate and honours degrees 81 129
Master's degree 42 96
Doctorate degree 6 6
Overseas secondary school qualification 39 48
Total people stated 11,388 11,727
Not elsewhere included(2) 1,563 1,527
Total people 12,954 13,254

1. Consists of level 5 and level 6 diploma responses. These categories have been combined due to data quality concerns.
2. Consists of response unidentifiable and not stated.
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


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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