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Dimensions available

Dimensions available on Table Builder on the Statistics NZ website are:

  • quarter
  • industry of employer – Australia and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC)
  • region of employer
  • sex of employee
  • age of employee
  • firm size
  • sector of employer – private or public institutional sector of ownership
  • territorial authority of employer (at the geographical unit level).

The territorial authority statistics are complied for 72 territorial aunthorities which cover 16 city councils and 56 district councils. Data from the Chatham Islands territory have been included in estimates for Christchurch City to reduce the impact of errors on a small population. For confidenitiality reasons, data from territorial aunthorities which overlap regional boundaries have been modified by adding the sensitive portion of the overlapping territorial authority to a neigbouring territorial authority in the same region. There are six modified territorial authorities:

  • Waitomo district
  • Taupo District
  • Whakatane District
  • Hastings District
  • Ruapehu District
  • Rangitikei District

The allocation of jobs to a particular territorial authority is carried out on the basis of the employer's address on the Statistics New Zealand Business Frame (BF). Hence, all territorial authority level statistics are based on the employer addrees and not the employees.

The firm size dimension refers to the size of the business at an enterprise level, not at the geographic unit level.

The data is available by quarter and an additional one, two or three of these dimensions. All possible one-, two- and three-way tables will be available, except those including industry by sector, which have been excluded for confidentiality reasons. The categories of the data for each dimension were established by a rigorous process of confidentiality testing and all possible data meeting these requirements have been released.

One-way tables Two-way tables Three-way tables
Industry to ANZSIC group level (4 digits) Industry to 1 digit ANZSIC with aggregated industries:
  • Mining; Electricity gas and water; and Construction
  • Transport and storage; and Communications.
Industry to 1 digit ANZSIC with aggregated industries:
  • Mining; Electricity, gas and water; and Construction
  • Transport and storage; and Communications
  • Finance and insurance; and Property and business services
  • Government administration and defence; and Personal and other services.
Regional council Regional council with aggregated councils:
  • Tasman, Nelson, Marlborough and West Coast.
Regional council with aggregated councils:
  • Tasman, Nelson, Marlborough and West Coast
  • Hawke's Bay and Gisborne
  • Taranaki and Manawatu-Wanganui.
Firm size
  • 1 to 5 employees
  • 6 to 9 employees
  • 10 to 19 employees
  • 20 to 49 employees
  • 50 to 99 employees
  • 100 and over employees.
Firm size
  • 1 to 5 employees
  • 6 to 9 employees
  • 10 to 19 employees
  • 20 to 49 employees
  • 50 to 99 employees
  • 100 and over employees.
Firm size
  • 1 to 9 employees
  • 10 to 49 employees
  • 50+ employees.
Sex Sex Sex
Age – 5-year bands. Age – 5-year bands. Age – 5-year bands with aggregated bands:
  • 15-24 years
  • 60+ years.
Sector
  • Public
  • Private.
Sector
  • Public
  • Private.
Sector
  • Public
  • Private.

One- and two-way breakdowns are available on INFOS and Table Builder. Three-way breakdowns are available on Table Builder only.

The job creation, job destruction and total earnings measures cannot be generated for age or sex dimensions. This is because job flows are calculated at the geographic unit level, and the total earnings measure includes those with invalid IRD identifiers which have no age or sex classification.

The figures in the tables have been rounded and discrepancies may occur between sums of components and totals. Some businesses are not able to be assigned to an industry. This contributes to the difference between the New Zealand totals and the sum of the industry totals, for the earnings, jobs, and job and worker flow measures. All businesses are associated with a region and therefore the difference between the New Zealand totals and the sum of the regional totals for these measures is small.

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