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Quarterly Employment Survey: June 2014 quarter
Embargoed until 10:45am  –  06 August 2014
Tables

The following tables are available in Excel format from the ‘Downloads’ box. If you have problems viewing the files, see opening files and PDFs.

1.     Full-time equivalent employees (FTEs), actual, seasonally adjusted, and trend series
2.     Filled jobs, actual, seasonally adjusted, and trend series
3.     Full-time equivalent employees (FTEs), by ANZSIC06 industry
4.     Total weekly paid hours, actual, seasonally adjusted, and trend series
5.     Total weekly gross earnings, actual, seasonally adjusted, and trend series
6.     Average weekly paid hours for FTEs, actual, seasonally adjusted, and trend series
7.     Average weekly earnings for FTEs, by sector
8.     Average hourly earnings, by sector
9.    

Average hourly earnings, by sex

Access more data on Infoshare and NZ.Stat

Use Infoshare to access time-series data specific to your needs. For this release, select the following categories from the Infoshare home page:

Subject category: Work income and spending 
Group: Earnings and Employment Survey (QES) - QEX

Use NZ.Stat, a free online tool that allows you to access official statistics data and organise it into downloadable tables. To access the release data on NZ.Stat, select the following tables from the home page:

Subject category: Employment and Unemployment (Labour Market)
Table title: Filled jobs by ANZSIC Group, Sex and Employment (000s)

Note: NZ.Stat has replaced Table Builder.

For those who have their own databases, NZ.Stat will eventually allow automatic updates, in real time, using machine-to-machine data exchange.

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