Labour Force Status – Standard Classification

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"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 flat classification with three categories – excluding residual categories. Job indicator 1, 2 and 3, found work, seeking work and available for work are all flat classifications with two categories – excluding residual categories. The job search classification is a flat classification of nine categories – excluding residual categories."

English Abstract: 

"""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 flat classification with three categories – excluding residual categories. Job indicator 1, 2 and 3, found work, seeking work and available for work are all flat classifications with two categories – excluding residual categories. The job search classification is a flat classification of nine categories – excluding residual categories."""

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LABFSTAT99
English Title: 
Labor Force Status - Standard Classification
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Statistics New Zealand
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