Labour market reports, data and analysis
This section provides labour market analysis and forecasting, data on jobs and skills, and reports on Māori and Pacific Peoples labour market participation and other research.
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Jobs Online is a regular data series that measures changes in online job advertisements from four internet job boards – Seek, Trade Me Jobs, Education Gazette and Kiwi Health Jobs.
The National Survey of Employment Intentions (NSEI) is a new survey which reports on changes in workforce size and composition, and workforce arrangements, since 22 March 2020. It also measures employers’ future intentions.
The New Zealand Labour Market Dashboard displays labour market information from many different sources in one place.
Please note: the dashboard is no longer being updated. The Regional Economic Activity web tool is an alternative source of labour market data.
This report combines our labour market monitoring programme with the latest developments in the labour market to paint a summary of labour market trends up to the latest quarter.
The Labour Market Statistics Snapshots are a quarterly update of labour market statistics, and provide an overview of the current state of the labour market.
The monthly labour market fact sheet summarises high-frequency and timely data and surveys with a focus around the impact of COVID-19 on the labour market. It is designed to supplement the quarterly labour market snapshot.
Our analysis and commentary from our labour market forecasting programme informs New Zealand employers and government policy.
Our annual National Survey of Employers (NSE) collects data on workplace practices in New Zealand businesses within the context of current employment-focused legislation.
This section has older reports that we are no longer updating or producing regularly including reports on the Canterbury labour market, low pay and labour market trends for Māori and Pacific peoples.
This glossary contains some definitions for terms and ideas found in labour market reports.
The Labour Market Scorecard was a quarterly update of labour market statistics and indicators. It provided an overview of the state of the labour market.