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2013 Census QuickStats about a place:
St Martins

2018 Census place summaries has the latest information
Business

Business demographics

Business demographic data for the year ended February 2013 showed that:

  • There were 324 business locations (geographic units) in St Martins compared with 37,434 for all of Christchurch City. This is an increase of less than one percent from the year ended February 2006 for St Martins.
  • There were 650 paid employees in St Martins compared with 186,880 for all of Christchurch City. This is an increase of 10.2 percent from the year ended February 2006 for St Martins.

Top five industries in St Martins
By employee count
For year ended February 2013
 
Industry (ANZSIC06)(1) St Martins Christchurch City
Employee count Percent of total employee count Employee Count Percent of total employee count
Retail trade 230 35.4 19,960 10.7
Education and training 120 18.5 14,660 7.8
Construction 120 18.5 19,030 10.2
Health care and social assistance 70 10.8 23,710 12.7
Accommodation and food services 30 4.6 11,350 6.1

1. Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification 2006 (ANZSIC06 V1.0).
Note: Table may not show five industries as not all area units have five industries within their boundaries.
Some area units may have more than one industry with the same employee count but the table has been restricted to five industries.
Source: Statistics New Zealand


Note: Business demographic data is sourced from a register of economically significant businesses which is maintained by Statistics New Zealand. See data quality information on business demographics.

Employee count data has been randomly rounded. Individual figures may not add up to totals, and values for the same data may vary in different text, tables and graphs. For areas with small populations, the data may not look as expected because of this rounding.

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