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For any series, the survey estimates can be broken down into three components; trend, seasonal and...

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Trend series have had both the seasonal and irregular components removed. An example of an...

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Removes both the seasonal and irregular component of the series and reveals the underlying...

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Exclude the influence of the largest price increases and decreases in the CPI. We do this at the...

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A Trojan horse, or Trojan, is software that appears to perform a desirable function for the user...

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A Māori concept of belonging to a place where one can stand and feel like they are home. It is a...

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A couple with child(ren), with or without other people, usually living together in a household. Any ...

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A sheep with two teeth (a one-year-old).

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Sheep with two teeth (one year old). Age of first mating.

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The sum of goods and/or services exported from New Zealand and imported into New Zealand (exports + ...

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Whether the stoppage is a strike or a lockout.

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The single or multiple nature of the issue of a pregnancy. Each birth should be characterised as...

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Unallocated estimate is an estimate of the overseas debt of the known, smaller, non-surveyed...

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An estimator is unbiased if the average of the estimates produced for all possible samples is equal ...

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People who are in part-time employment who would like to, and are available to, work more hours.

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The number of underemployed people expressed as a percentage of the employed population.

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The number of underutilised people expressed as a proportion of those in the extended labour force.

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The sum of those unemployed, underemployed and in the potential labour force.

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An individual, enterprise, or insuring syndicate that accepts the risk of another.

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All people in the working-age population who, during the reference week, were without a paid job,...

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All people in the working-age population who, during the reference week, were without a paid job,...

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All people in the working-age population who during their reference week were without a paid job,...

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The number of unemployed people expressed as a percentage of the labour force.

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The number of unemployed people expressed as a percentage of the labour force.

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