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This report presents new statistics on the extent to which industry trainees leave and return to New Zealand. For New Zealand industry trainees who completed a qualification in either 2003 or 2004, it examines their migration patterns over the subsequent seven years post-completion.
with: Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment: MBIE, Department of Building and Housing (MBIE)
Topics: Monitoring, Community Development, Grants, Funding, Contracts & Fundraising, Housing & Homelessness, Income & Wealth, Social Services, Environment, Households, Policy
This first New Zealand Housing Report provides a broad overview of housing market conditions in the building and housing sector. It is the first document to pull together in one place all the information available and look at the overall balance of housing demand and supply. The report provides reference material that all...
The NSE 2013/14 surveyed 1,043 New Zealand employers between November 2013 and March 2014. This is the second year where the respondent sample has been drawn from Statistics New Zealand's Business Frame. The use of a consistent sample frame means that comparisons can be made between results from the 2013/14 and 2012/13...
This report summarises results from the Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment’s National Survey of Employers (NSE) 2012/13. The purpose of this annual survey is to monitor labour market, immigration, and employment matters to improve the Ministry’s evidence base for evaluating policy and answering contemporary policy...
This annual report is the 15th in a series that examines trends in temporary and permanent migration to and from New Zealand. The report updates trends to 2014/15 and compares recent immigration patterns with patterns identified in previous years.
Topics: Monitoring, Research, Employment & Labour, Income & Wealth, Social Security & Welfare, Migrants
The purpose of this report is to establish and report on baseline measures for reporting of recent migrants’ labour market outcomes in New Zealand. The focus of the analysis is on the contribution of recent migrants to the New Zealand labour market, where migrants work and in what industries, the proportion who work or receive...
Topics: Monitoring, Research, Economic Growth, Employment & Labour, Productivity, Education & Training, Tertiary Education, Population Shifts, Gender
In this paper, unit record survey data from the 1997–2009 New Zealand Income Survey (NZIS) is used to examine: how labour market outcomes and returns to human capital vary in the immigrant and non–immigration populations in New Zealand whether these returns vary over time and...
The target population for the Migrants Survey is migrants aged 18 years and over who were approved for residence through the Skilled/Business Migrants Stream or Family Streams, or who were granted a work visa. Immigration New Zealand needed to have contact details for these migrants and they should have held their visas for a...
Topics: Monitoring, Research, Economic Growth, Employment & Labour, Migrants, Lifestyle & Standard of Living, Quality of Life
Migration has played an integral role in the development of New Zealand and has been especially important for its labour force and economy. The 2006 census found that nearly a quarter of New Zealand’s population is foreign-born (the OECD average is 10 percent). Foreign-born people also make up 25 percent of the working-age...
Recent commentary has suggested an increasing trend in delistings from the NZX, driven by offshore takeovers. However, some of that commentary has been driven by anecdotal evidence. In order to shed light on this discussion, we examine the extent and nature of delisting activity over the past 15 years. Our results indicate no...
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