Tirohanga Ohanga mō Te Moana a Toi: Māori Entrepreneurs in Te Moana ā Toi and New Zealand for 2001 and 2006

Appendices

Appendix 1

Māori entrepreneurs working full and part-time
in New Zealand by industry
2001
Census
% of 01
Total
2006
Census
% of 06
Total
Construction 2,682 17.1 3,855 19.7
Property and Business Services 2,256 14.4 3,369 17.3
Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing 2,376 15.2 2,394 12.3
Retail Trade 1,596 10.2 1,869 9.6
Manufacturing 1,257 8.0 1,275 6.5
Personal and Other Services 897 5.7 1,161 5.9
Transport and Storage 1,041 6.7 1,011 5.2
Cultural and Recreational Services 702 4.5 945 4.8
Health and Community Services 576 3.7 828 4.2
Accommodation, Cafes and Restaurants 624 4.0 738 3.8
Wholesale Trade 504 3.2 597 3.1
Education 447 2.9 564 2.9
Communication Services 408 2.6 399 2.0
Finance and Insurance 234 1.5 303 1.6
Government Administration and Defence 0 0.0 177 0.9
Electricity, Gas and Water Supply 33 0.2 24 0.1
Mining 12 0.1 12 0.1
Total All Industries 17,094 21,069

Source: Statistics New Zealand’s 2006 Census of Population and Dwellings. All data relates to the employed working age population aged 15 years and over.

Excludes not elsewhere included.

1 = Entrepreneurs used this report includes: Māori employers and Māori self-employed and without employees.

2 = Employed includes: Full-time and Part-time employed. Full-time is equal to people working 30 or more hours per week. Also, employed is related to work in the 7 days prior to 6 March 2001 and 5th March 2006. The analysis shown in tables and graphs is for the job a person worked the most hours in.

Industry uses the ANZSIC – the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification. The ANZSIC 96 version used for this analysis is version 4.1.

Appendix 2

Māori entrepreneurs working full and part-time
in New Zealand by industry
2001
Census
% of 01
Total
2006
Census
% of 06
Total
Construction 225 16.6 333 20.1
Property and Business Services 180 13.2 258 15.6
Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing 240 17.7 252 15.2
Retail Trade 165 12.1 183 11.1
Manufacturing 120 8.8 120 7.2
Transport and Storage 96 7.1 93 5.6
Personal and Other Services 60 4.4 90 5.4
Health and Community Services 54 4.0 69 4.2
Accommodation, Cafes and Restaurants 54 4.0 63 3.8
Cultural and Recreational Services 51 3.8 51 3.1
Education 36 2.6 39 2.4
Wholesale Trade 39 2.9 33 2.0
Communication Services 21 1.5 33 2.0
Government Administration and Defence c c 21 1.3
Finance and Insurance 15 1.1 12 0.7
Total * 1,458 100.0 1,758 100.0

Source: Statistics New Zealand’s 2001 & 2006 Censuses of Population and Dwellings. All data relates to the employed working age population aged 15 years and over.

* Excludes the following industries for 2001 and 2006 due to Statistics New Zealand’s confidentiality reasons (low numbers): Mining; Electricity, Gas and Water Supply; Government Administration & Defence (for 2006 only). Also excludes not elsewhere included.

1 = Entrepreneurs used this report includes: Māori employers and Māori self-employed and without employees.

2 = Employed includes: Full-time and Part-time employed. Full-time is equal to people working 30 or more hours per week. Also, employed is related to work in the 7 days prior 5th March 2006. The analysis shown in tables and graphs is for the job a person worked the most hours in.

3 = the Bay of Plenty region includes the following areas: Taupo District, Western Bay of Plenty District, Tauranga City, Rotorua District, Whakatane District, Kawerau District, Opotiki District, and Area Outside Territorial Authority (Moutohora Island, Oceanic Bay of Plenty Region, White Island, Motiti Island, and Mayor Island).

4 = ANZSIC is the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification. The ANZSIC96 version used for this analysis is version 4.1.

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