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Labour Market Statistics (Income): June 2017 quarter
Embargoed until 10:45am  –  01 September 2017
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Labour Market Statistics (Income): June 2018 quarter will be released in September 2018.

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The Release calendar lists all our upcoming information releases by date of release.

Data quality

Labour Market Statistics (Income) period specific information – Datainfo+ has labour market statistics (income) information that changes between periods.

Labour Market Statistics (Income) concepts – Datainfo+ has definitions of terms used in this release. 

Labour Market Statistics (Income) – Datainfo+ has general methodology used to produce labour market statistics (income) statistics.

Related information

Income data available in Labour Market Statistics (Income) from October 2016 (published 2016) has more information about changes in the income release.

Improving labour market statistics (updated 2016) for information (including papers and other relevant data) on the Household Labour Force Survey redevelopment.

User guide for wage and income measures  (published 2013) has more information on the various Statistics NZ income and wage measures.

Labour Market Statistics produces a wide range of statistics relating to employment, unemployment, and people not in the labour force. It also includes statistics on total earnings, hours paid for, filled jobs, average hourly and weekly earnings, and information on movements in base salary and ordinary time wage rates, and overtime wage rates.

Household Economic Survey collects information on household expenditure and income, as well as a wide range of demographic information on individuals and households.

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