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relate to establishing or owning an asset. Capital transactions must be linked to a particular...

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are short-term assets or those readily converted to cash. Examples include: cash and bank deposits, ...

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ANZSIC06 divisions F (Wholesale Trade) to S (Other Services)

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ANZSIC06 divisions C (Manufacturing) to E (Construction)

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Gross earnings correspond to the amount paid to all employees in the reference month. It excludes...

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ANZSIC06 divisions A (Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing) and B (Mining)

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The not stated category is used when a person gave no response to a question relevant to them or...

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Non response in the census is defined in two ways:

  • Unit non-response: is when an individual did...
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Number of occupants on census night is the number of people who were present in a particular...

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Years at usual residence is the number of completed years up to census night that a person has...

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Years since arrival in New Zealand is the number of completed years up to census night, since a...

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Workplace address is the physical location of a workplace; distinguishing details can include the...

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Year of arrival in New Zealand is the year a person born overseas first arrived in New Zealand to...

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The working-age population comprises the usually resident population of New Zealand who are aged 15 ...

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A workplace is a person’s place of paid employment, except for people working unpaid in a family...

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A visitor to a dwelling is a person who was present in a dwelling on census night but does not...

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Work and labour force status classifies a person aged 15 years and over by their inclusion in or...

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Usual residents in private dwellings are people who were surveyed at home in a private occupied...

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See ‘Census usually resident population count’ in this definitions group.

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Usual residents in non-private occupied dwellings are people who gave a non-private dwelling as...

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Usual residents in occupied dwellings are people who gave a private or non-private occupied...

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Usual residents are people who usually live in the surveyed dwelling.

There are two types of...

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Usual residence five years ago summary provides high-level geographic information by combining...

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The usual residence indicator describes the relationship between a person’s usual residence and...

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Usual residence five years ago is a person’s usual residence on 5 March 2013, which may be...

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