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Household Labour Force Survey: March 2013 quarter
Embargoed until 10:45am  –  09 May 2013
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Upcoming releases

The Household Labour Force Survey: June 2013 quarter is planned to be released on 8 August 2013. As both the HLFS, the Quarterly Employment Survey (QES) and the Labour Cost Index (LCI) for the June 2013 quarter will be released on the same day, this date may change. Any changes will be announced well in advance.

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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

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, to be added to the suite of labour market statistics available from the Household Labour Force Survey: March 2013 quarter onwards.

Introducing the employment rate provides information on the employment rate added to the Household Labour Force Survey (HLFS).

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

Ongoing impact of Canterbury earthquakes on the Household Labour Force Survey provides information on the impact of the Canterbury earthquakes on the Household Labour Force Survey. 

Quarterly Employment Survey includes statistics on total gross earnings, total paid hours, filled jobs, average hourly and weekly earnings, and average weekly paid hours, based on the Quarterly Employment Survey.

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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