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Household Labour Force Survey: March 2011 quarter
Embargoed until 10:45am  –  05 May 2011
Tables

The following tables are printed with this information release and can also be downloaded from the Statistics New Zealand website in Excel format. If you do not have access to Excel, you may use the Excel file viewer to view, print and export the contents of the file.

  1. People employed, unemployed, and not in labour force, by sex, seasonally adjusted series
  2. People employed, unemployed, and not in labour force, by sex, trend series
  3. People employed, unemployed, and not in labour force, by sex
  4. Total people employed, unemployed, and not in labour force, by age group
  5. Total people employed, unemployed, and not in labour force, by ethnic group
  6. Total people employed, unemployed, and not in labour force, by regional council area
  7. People employed, by industry and sex
  8. The jobless: those without a job and wanting a job, by sex
  9. Total actual hours worked
  10. Household composition, by household labour force status
  11. Underemployment, by sex
  12. People employed, unemployed, not in the labour force, and total actual hours worked, seasonally adjusted series
  13. Harmonised unemployment rates in OECD countries, latest available
  14. Total people employed, unemployed, and not in labour force, by sex and formal study status

Supplementary tables 

The following tables can be downloaded from the Statistics NZ website in Excel format.

These tables provide national statistics, based on data where the working-age population of Canterbury was excluded.

  1. People employed, unemployed, and not in labour force, by sex, seasonally adjusted series
  2.  People employed, unemployed, and not in labour force, by sex, trend series
  3. People employed, unemployed, and not in labour force, by sex
  4. Total actual hours worked
  5. Total usual hours worked

A longer time series is available on request.

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