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Labour Force Survey Estimated Working-age Population

Household Labour Force Survey Estimated Working-age Population: June 2014 quarter – table

These tables provide the working-age population estimate of the usually resident, non-institutionalised, civilian population of New Zealand aged 15 years and over. This estimate is the benchmark figure for the number of people in the labour market each quarter – results from the Household Labour Force Survey are then summed to this figure.

Follow the link to the Household Labour Force Survey Estimated Working-age Population table:

http://www.stats.govt.nz/browse_for_stats/income-and-work/employment_and_unemployment/HouseholdLabourForceSurveyEstimatedWorkAgePopulation_HOTPJun14qtr.aspx

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