Labour market reports
Labour market analysis, forecasting, jobs and skills, Māori labour market participation, and supplementary research including in-depth reports.
Analysis of the Canterbury labour market following the earthquakes that have affected the region since September 2010.
Jobs Online measures changes in job vacancies advertised by businesses on three internet job boards – SEEK, Trade Me Jobs and the Education Gazette. The trend series is used as the primary indicator as it reduces the month-to-month volatility.
We analyse statistics and trends in the New Zealand labour market.
The Dashboard is currently undergoing some improvements but will be available again in mid-December 2017. Thank you for your patience and apologies for any inconvenience. The Labour Market Dashboard is a self-service tool which displays labour market information from many different sources in one place. Four different topics are displayed in interactive charts: The Workforce, The Worker, The Workplace, and the Nature of Work.
Anticipating supply and demand in the labour market is a core service of the Evidence, Monitoring and Governance Branch. Analysis and commentary from our forecasting programme informs New Zealand employers and Government policy.
Information to assist anyone with an interest in Māori social and economic issues to gain a better understanding about labour market trends among Māori. It contains key information about Māori in business and Māori in the labour market. There is both statistical and report-based information.
The Occupation Outlook is a great place to look when thinking about your study and career options.
Pacific Peoples labour market trends provides information on national employment by industry, occupation, and regional employment for Pacific Peoples.
MBIE’s annual National Survey of Employers (NSE) collects data on workplace practices in New Zealand businesses within the context of current employment-focused legislation.