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Weekly hours worked refers to the usual hours a person works in a job over a typical week.

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Weekly Rent Paid by Households is the total weekly monetary amount spent by the household on...

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Weekly rent paid by households is the total weekly monetary amount spent by the household on...

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Weekly rent paid by households is the total weekly monetary amount spent by the household on...

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The period for which value shares serve as weights for a set of price relatives or elementary price ...

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Historical imputation, weighted by a forward movement factor.

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Highlight the movement of lower-level indexes at points in the distribution of price changes for a...

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If we don’t get a response from a business, we give other businesses with similar profiles a weight ...

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The period for which information was obtained which was used to form the regimen of an index.

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Wellbeing depends on all the factors that interact within our culture and can be seen as a a state...

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A castrated male sheep.

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A castrated male sheep -- A castrated male sheep.

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A Māori term for genealogy or family history.

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How well the Whanāu (or family) are doing.

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A person who has not remarried following the death of his or her legal husband or wife.

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Any wooden material that may be burnt to provide heat.

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An activity that could, in principle, be done for pay; it contributes to the production of goods or ...

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The respondent's paid employment, except for those people who work unpaid in a family business, in...

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Work and labour force status imputation supplies a value for work and labour force status, where...

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Work and labour force status classifies people aged 15 years and over according to their inclusion...

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Work and labour force status classifies people aged 15 years and over according to their inclusion...

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Work arrangements are how parents’ paid work is arranged and may include: having flexible working...

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The place in which the respondent works. This could include inside or outside, a specific building, ...

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Those people who have a job/are working/feel they are 'employed' (working unpaid in a family...

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