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Living Arrangements – New Zealand Standard Classification

"Living arrangements is a key variable for deriving complex household and family data. Living arrangements is a hierarchical classification with three levels. Level 1 has seven categories, level 2 has 18 categories and level 3 contains 34 categories – excluding residual categories."

"Living arrangements is a key variable for deriving complex household and family data. Living arrangements is a hierarchical classification with three levels. Level 1 has seven categories, level 2 has 18 categories and level 3 contains 34 categories – excluding residual categories."

New Zealand Standard Trade Classification – Level of Processing

"The New Zealand Standard Trade Classification – Level of Processing is a hierarchical classification of five levels. Level one of the classification has 3 categories. Level two has 5 categories, level three has 20 categories, level 4 has 59 categories, and level 5 has 208 categories – excluding residual categories."

"The New Zealand Standard Trade Classification – Level of Processing is a hierarchical classification of five levels. Level one of the classification has 3 categories. Level two has 5 categories, level three has 20 categories, level 4 has 59 categories, and level 5 has 208 categories – excluding residual categories."

Legally Registered Relationship Status – Standard Classification

"Legally registered relationship status is a key variable for determining the demographic characteristics of a population. The standard classification of legally registered relationship status is a hierarchical classification of four levels. Excluding residual categories, level 1 has three categories, level 2 has eight categories, level 3 has 16 categories, and level 4 has 24 categories."

"Legally registered relationship status is a key variable for determining the demographic characteristics of a population. The standard classification of legally registered relationship status is a hierarchical classification of four levels. Excluding residual categories, level 1 has three categories, level 2 has eight categories, level 3 has 16 categories, and level 4 has 24 categories."

Language – Standard Classification

"The standard classification of language is a hierarchical classification of three levels. Level 1 of the classification has 24 categories, level 2 of the classification has 43 categories and level 3 has 134 categories – excluding residual categories."

"The standard classification of language is a hierarchical classification of three levels. Level 1 of the classification has 24 categories, level 2 of the classification has 43 categories and level 3 has 134 categories – excluding residual categories."

Labour Force Status – Standard Classification

"Labour force status is a key labour market variable. It allows analysis of the employed, unemployed and those persons not in the labour force. Labour force status is derived from the following classifications: job indicator 1, 2 and 3; found work; seeking work; job search methods; available for work.

"""Labour force status is a key labour market variable. It allows analysis of the employed, unemployed and those persons not in the labour force. Labour force status is derived from the following classifications: job indicator 1, 2 and 3; found work; seeking work; job search methods; available for work.

Iwi – New Zealand Standard Classification

"Statistics on the size and demographic characteristics of Iwi affiliates are needed: to allow the Crown and Iwi to monitor the performance of Treaty of Waitangi obligations; to assist in allocating resources and funds to Iwi; to assist Iwi in planning social and economic developments; to assist Waitangi Tribunal decisions on land ownership, fishing rights, etc; to assist central, regional and local government agencies planning and providing services to Iwi in areas such as housing, health, social welfare and special assistance programmes; to assist local government in the administration of

"Statistics on the size and demographic characteristics of Iwi affiliates are needed: to allow the Crown and Iwi to monitor the performance of Treaty of Waitangi obligations; to assist in allocating resources and funds to Iwi; to assist Iwi in planning social and economic developments; to assist Waitangi Tribunal decisions on land ownership, fishing rights, etc; to assist central, regional and local government agencies planning and providing services to Iwi in areas such as housing, health, social welfare and special assistance programmes; to assist local government in the administration of

Statistical Classification for Institutional Sectors

"The main purpose of classifying statistics by institutional sectors is to provide information that supports economic analysis and macroeconomic management. This is done by grouping economic units that have similar roles and which respond to economic events and interventions in a similar manner.

Income Bands - Standard Classification

"Income bands are a convenient and alternate way of collecting income information when income is not the prime focus of a survey. Bands reduce respondent burden by providing a simple way to obtain contextual information about income. Income bands are often tabulated with other variables such as age, occupation and education qualifications to provide information on the relationship between these variables and the income distribution of the population.

"Income bands are a convenient and alternate way of collecting income information when income is not the prime focus of a survey. Bands reduce respondent burden by providing a simple way to obtain contextual information about income. Income bands are often tabulated with other variables such as age, occupation and education qualifications to provide information on the relationship between these variables and the income distribution of the population.

Household Composition Standard Classification

"Household composition is a key variable for determining the demographic characteristics of a population. Household composition is a hierarchical classification with three levels. Level 1 of the classification has six categories. Level 2 of the classification has 19 categories, and level 3 has 31 categories."

"Household composition is a key variable for determining the demographic characteristics of a population. Household composition is a hierarchical classification with three levels. Level 1 of the classification has six categories. Level 2 of the classification has 19 categories, and level 3 has 31 categories."

Hours Worked in Employment Per Week – Standard Classification

"The hours worked in employment variable is used to produce information on the nature of employment, the relationship between labour supply and income and to analyse changes in employment characteristics over time. The standard classification of hours worked in employment is a flat classification of hour categories from 1 hour to 168 hours and residual categories."

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