Projects tagged with Income & Wealth
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with: Ministry for Women
The research report Empirical evidence of the gender pay gap in New Zealand (led by Professor Gail Pacheco from AUT) tells us about the factors behind the gender pay gap and helps us focus our efforts. It is the first comprehensive update of the factors behind the national gender pay gap since 2003.
28 Feb 2017
Effect of motherhood on pay – methodology and full results presents the methodology and analysis we used in our investigation of a ‘motherhood penalty’ in New Zealand. It is intended for those interested in the technical details behind the findings we present in Effect of motherhood on pay – summary of results.
The research looked at 140,000 people who moved off a benefit from 1 July 2010 to 30 June 2011. This period was chosen because it allowed a two-year follow-up period that was not affected by the July 2013 welfare reforms, which included changes to the benefit system. The research was undertaken using Statistics New Zealand’s Integrated...
Any difference? A comparison between the Integrated Dataset on Student Loans and Allowances and the Integrated Data Infrastructure
This report presents the findings of an analysis of student loan repayment times using the Integrated Data on Student Loans and Allowance (IDSL) and the Integrated Data Infrastructure (IDI) datasets.
The Household Incomes Report provides information on the material wellbeing of New Zealanders as indicated by their household incomes from all sources from 1982 to 2015. The report uses data from Statistics New Zealand’s 2014-15 Household Economic Survey (HES) to update the previous report in the series which had information to 2014. The...
Topics: Methodology, Research, Employment & Labour, Income & Wealth, Social Impact, Education & Training, Tertiary Education
This series of factsheets and associated data tables provide information on the outcomes for young people who complete a qualification at a tertiary education provider in the New Zealand tertiary education system. They look at differences in earnings for different types of qualifications and at the post-study destinations of young...
with: Ministry of Social Development: MSD, Ministry of Education: MoE, Inland Revenue Department: IRD, Statistics New Zealand
Topics: Monitoring, Income & Wealth, Social Impact, Tertiary Education, Governance & Kaitiakitanga, Socio-economic status
The Student Loan Scheme Annual Report has been tabled in Parliament each year since 2001 and provides public accountability information to government and New Zealanders to show that the scheme is achieving its primary objective – ensuring that tertiary education is financially attainable to all New Zealanders. Each report provides...
6 Nov 2015
The Skilled Migrant Category (SMC) policy, which was introduced in December 2003, is New Zealand’s main permanent skilled labour migration policy, contributing more than half of all residence approvals. This report uses data available through Statistics New Zealand’s Integrated Data Infrastructure (IDI) to analyse the labour market...
with: Statistics New Zealand
Topics: Research, Human Rights & Civil Liberties, Employment & Labour, Income & Wealth, Inequality, Education & Training, Tertiary Education, Women, Workforce, Discrimination, Gender
Women at work: 1991–2013 uses census data from the 20 years to 2013 to look at trends in occupational segregation between women and men. The report is intended to be useful to readers, researchers and policy-makers who have an interest in gender pay gap and labour market issues. This report was developed in consultation with the Ministry...
15 Sep 2015
Topics: Research, Law & Justice, Housing & Homelessness, Income & Wealth, Inequality, Families & Whānau, Households, Policy
Renting was previously a stepping stone between living with your parents and home-ownership. For some, renting is a strategic choice; giving them flexibility and the freedom to move. This report is not about those people. This report is about the people who have limited choices: families no longer able to afford to purchase a home. Low-...
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