Publications about Employment and Income

  • Te Puni Kōkiri: Waikato-Waiariki Regional Profile 2017

    • Published in 2017

    Te Puni Kōkiri measures a range of outcomes that fall within Whakapapa (te reo Māori and connection to iwi), Oranga (whānau well-being and whānau housing), Whairawa (whenua and whanaketanga), and Whanaungatanga (Crown-Māori relationships). This publication provides an insight into the growth and development of Māori within these outcomes in the Waikato-Waiariki region.

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  • He Kai Kei Aku Ringa - Whānau and Low-Income Household Savings

    • Published in 2015

    Whānau and Low-Income Household Savings, He Kai Kei Aku Ringa, examines options for whānau and low-income household savings schemes, and identifies several areas through which the Crown, iwi and interested parties and/or stakeholders could intervene to encourage positive savings behaviour on behalf of whānau and low-income households.

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  • He Kai Kei Aku Ringa – Goal 3: Financial Literacy and Savings

    • Published in 2015

    Goal 3: Financial Literacy and Savings, He Kai Kei Aku Ringa, provides a snapshot of financial literacy services for Māori. The report aims to enable financial literacy service providers and educators to draw conclusions about how their services can best meet the needs of Māori. The term ‘financial literacy’ refers to the ability to make sound financial decisions. It allows whānau to make the most of their income and resources in order to achieve their aspirations.

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  • Māori Personal Income

    • Published in 2009

    This fact sheets covers the changes in personal income of Māori between 2003 - 2008.

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  • Tribal Assets

    • Published in 2009

    Between 2001 and 2005/2006 the Māori commercial asset base increased by 83%, from $8.9 billion to $16.5 billion.

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  • Māori Employment

    • Published in 2009

    Over the last decade the Māori unemployment rate improved from 14.8% in September 1999 to 7.9% in the September year 2008. Similarly, there were improvements in Māori long term unemployment rates (for example: those unemployed for more than 26 weeks) during this period

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  • Primary Sector

    • Published in 2009

    Between June 2003 and June 2008, Māori employment in the primary sector has declined by 13% (from 16,900 to 14,700 jobs).

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  • Māori Earnings

    • Published in 2009

    Māori remain over-represented in the lower skilled occupations and under-represented in the higher skilled occupations. Over the past five years most of the increase in Māori employment has been in the high skilled and skilled categories, which include occupations covered in the expanded table.

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  • Māori Self-employment

    • Published in 2008

    In the five years between 2001 and 2006, the number of self-employed Māori increased by 3,978 or 23%.

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  • Āhua Takuhutanga Māori Ā-rohe

    • Published in 2007

    Ahakoa kua piki haere te tatau o ngā Māori kei te whiwhimahi whaiaro mai i te tau 2001, kei te mau tonu te ōrau. Ka whakamahi tēnei whārangi meka i ngā pārongo mai i te tataunga taupori o 2006 hei tuku pikitia āmiki, hei whakaatu hoki i ngā rerekētanga o tēna o tēnā rohe. Here-turi-kōkā 2007.

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  • Moni whiwhi mō ngā Kaitakuhu Māori

    • Published in 2007

    I te tau 2006 i piki te ōrau o ngai Māori e kii ana kei te whiwhimahi whaiaro rātou. Ko 20% te rahi o taua pikitanga mai i te tau 2001. Ka whakaputa tēnei whārangi meka i ngā pārongo e pā ana ki te whiwhinga utu mai i te whiwhi nga mahi Māori whaiaro. Here-turi-kōkā 2007. 2 whārangi.

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  • Māori Women in the Workforce

    • Published in 2006

    Key information about Māori women in the workforce. 2 pages.

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  • Māori in the Workforce

    • Published in 2006

    Information from Statistics New Zealand’s Household Labour Force Survey about Māori participation in the workforce. 2 pages.

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