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Counts people identifying with one or more ethnicity within the level 1 grouping of ethnicities...

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People who identify with an Asian ethnicity (eg Chinese, Indian, Korean) with or without other...

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The term ‘assault’ describes interpersonal violence used with the intent of causing harm, injury,...

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are what the Crown research institutes own. Assets represent a store of value, and can be a source...

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represent a store of value, and can be a source of income or generate economic benefit when used....

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A financial claim held by an entity on another entity (eg a New Zealand bank lending money to an...

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are what government owns. They represent a store of value, and can be a source of income or...

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Assets are something a person or household owns, such as property or investments.

1

represent a store of value, and can be a source of income or generate economic benefit when used....

1

Statement about a future course of behaviour (eg fertility, mortality, migration, living...

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Specialist teachers attached to schools for staffing purposes.

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'Attitude of mind' is defined by the Oxford English Dictionary as: 'deliberately adopted, or...

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Developed for use in Australia and New Zealand for the production and analysis of industry...

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Developed for use in Australia and New Zealand for the production and analysis of industry...

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the official industrial classification used by Statistics NZ. The classification system aims to...

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Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification 2006 (ANZSIC06): was developed for...

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Availability for work refers to whether the respondent would have started a paid job in the week...

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The average value – the mean is calculated by adding two or more figures and dividing the sum by...

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The average value – the mean is calculated by adding two or more figures and dividing the sum by...

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Reflects the average increase (or decrease) in a variable across a period of time. Rates are...

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reflects the average increase (or decrease) in a variable across a period of time. Rates are...

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the mean number of people per family. It is calculated by dividing the number of people in families ...

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The mean number of people per family. It is calculated by dividing the number of people in families ...

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the mean number of people per family. It is calculated by dividing the number of people in families ...

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The average number of hours worked (or available for work) per week by people in the labour force.

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