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Household Labour Force Survey: December 2013 quarter
Embargoed until 10:45am  –  05 February 2014
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Upcoming releases

The Household Labour Force Survey: March 2014 quarter will be released on 7 May 2014. The Quarterly Employment Survey (QES) and the Labour Cost Index (LCI) for the March 2014 quarter will be released on the same day.

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

Past releases

Household Labour Force Survey has links to past releases.

Related information

How men and women have fared in the labour market since the 2008 recession (published 2014) describes the effects of the 2008 recession on the labour market outcomes of men and women.

Building a story of Canterbury employment (published  2013) offers advice to technical users of labour market data on how to interpret recent trends in our published Canterbury data.

Introducing ethnic labour force statistics by age (published 2013) presents new time-series data to help users better understand ethnic differences in the Household Labour Force Survey (HLFS).

Youth labour market dynamics in New Zealand (published 2013) discusses youth movements within the labour market.

New quality measures for the Household Labour Force Survey (published 2013) explains quality measures added to the Household Labour Force Survey information releases from the June 2013 quarter.

Skill levels of New Zealand jobs (published 2013) presents information on the skill levels of jobs done by New Zealanders.

Dynamics of the New Zealand labour market (published 2013) discusses measures of labour market dynamics.

Introducing new measures of underemployment (published 2013) introduces a new underemployment measure, added to the suite of labour market statistics available from the Household Labour Force Survey: March 2013 quarter onwards.

Introducing the youth not in employment, education, or training indicator provides information on youth not in employment, education, or training (NEET).

Linked Employer-Employee Data (LEED) provides statistics on filled jobs, job flows, worker flows, mean and median earnings for continuing jobs and new hires, and total earnings. LEED information is based on tax data.

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