Employment

20th Mar 17, 12:54pm
Rodney Dickens says the huge disparities between reported GDP and employment growth raise more questions over the accuracy of critical official economic data
Rodney Dickens says the huge disparities between reported GDP and employment growth raise more questions over the accuracy of critical official economic data
20th Mar 17, 12:54pm
13th Mar 17, 12:19pm
NZIER's latest consensus forecasts show that high building construction and funding costs are expected to see annual growth in residential construction investment to fall from 13.9% to 0.4% in 2020
NZIER's latest consensus forecasts show that high building construction and funding costs are expected to see annual growth in residential construction investment to fall from 13.9% to 0.4% in 2020
13th Mar 17, 12:19pm
8th Mar 17, 6:41am
In his first article in an election year issues-based analytical series on economic policies, Brian Fallow looks at Labour's plans for monetary policy
In his first article in an election year issues-based analytical series on economic policies, Brian Fallow looks at Labour's plans for monetary policy
8th Mar 17, 6:41am
6th Mar 17, 5:16pm
Suncorp confirms it's transferring 'a number' of New Zealand admin jobs to its 'strategic partners in Asia'
Suncorp confirms it's transferring 'a number' of New Zealand admin jobs to its 'strategic partners in Asia'
6th Mar 17, 5:16pm
3rd Mar 17, 10:08am
Matt Nolan presents his Top 10 links on the economics of automation
Matt Nolan presents his Top 10 links on the economics of automation
3rd Mar 17, 10:08am
22nd Feb 17, 10:30am
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NZIER surveys the economic impact of the dairy industry to our economy in a report commissioned by DCANZ
NZIER surveys the economic impact of the dairy industry to our economy in a report commissioned by DCANZ
22nd Feb 17, 10:30am
8th Feb 17, 9:35am
Labour OK with 6-month interim RBNZ governor after election, but could be cut short by PTA review if in govt, Robertson says. Wants to include employment focus in PTA
Labour OK with 6-month interim RBNZ governor after election, but could be cut short by PTA review if in govt, Robertson says. Wants to include employment focus in PTA
8th Feb 17, 9:35am
1st Feb 17, 10:54am
Rise in job seekers pushes up NZ unemployment rate; Those in work rises too; Wage growth steady
Rise in job seekers pushes up NZ unemployment rate; Those in work rises too; Wage growth steady
1st Feb 17, 10:54am
9th Dec 16, 10:02am
Benje Patterson gets up close and personal with the regional population diaspora
Benje Patterson gets up close and personal with the regional population diaspora
9th Dec 16, 10:02am
25th Nov 16, 10:02am
Matt Nolan on the Top 10 economic principles to keep in mind
Matt Nolan on the Top 10 economic principles to keep in mind
25th Nov 16, 10:02am
13th Nov 16, 5:02am
President Donald Trump could destabilise China's economy, unleash a new European financial crisis and push up global interest rates in a way that slows New Zealand's economy and makes mortgages more expensive
President Donald Trump could destabilise China's economy, unleash a new European financial crisis and push up global interest rates in a way that slows New Zealand's economy and makes mortgages more expensive
13th Nov 16, 5:02am
6th Nov 16, 5:02am
This week's jobs figures look fantastic, but they disguise flat real GDP per hour worked and an essentially stagnant economy where renters, the young and the unemployed have missed out
This week's jobs figures look fantastic, but they disguise flat real GDP per hour worked and an essentially stagnant economy where renters, the young and the unemployed have missed out
6th Nov 16, 5:02am
3rd Oct 16, 4:10pm
A part-time designer is needed to develop and publish our special reports
A part-time designer is needed to develop and publish our special reports
3rd Oct 16, 4:10pm
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3rd Aug 16, 12:33pm
Partial jobs and wages data weaker than expected in June quarter; private sector wage inflation soft at 0.4% for qtr and 1.6% for year; economists see plenty of room for RBNZ to cut OCR next Thursday
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Partial jobs and wages data weaker than expected in June quarter; private sector wage inflation soft at 0.4% for qtr and 1.6% for year; economists see plenty of room for RBNZ to cut OCR next Thursday
3rd Aug 16, 12:33pm
29th Jul 16, 10:02am
Matt Nolan on the Top 10 misleading economic facts
Matt Nolan on the Top 10 misleading economic facts
29th Jul 16, 10:02am
2nd Jul 16, 9:11am
A temporary assistant is needed for about two half days per week for six weeks
A temporary assistant is needed for about two half days per week for six weeks
2nd Jul 16, 9:11am
22nd Jun 16, 4:34pm
Jenée Tibshraeny looks at killing ageism to help keep the silver tsunami employed as the population ages and New Zealand suffers a skills shortage
Jenée Tibshraeny looks at killing ageism to help keep the silver tsunami employed as the population ages and New Zealand suffers a skills shortage
22nd Jun 16, 4:34pm
12th Jun 16, 5:02am
Bernard Hickey says the Government should listen to Treasury's advice that a surge of low skilled migrants could stunt productivity and wage growth
Bernard Hickey says the Government should listen to Treasury's advice that a surge of low skilled migrants could stunt productivity and wage growth
12th Jun 16, 5:02am
5th Jun 16, 5:02am
Bernard Hickey argues Auckland's leaders need to aim more for growth per capita rather than just growth for the sake of it. The current low-to-no productivity growth model isn't working for most in the city and that's bad for New Zealand
Bernard Hickey argues Auckland's leaders need to aim more for growth per capita rather than just growth for the sake of it. The current low-to-no productivity growth model isn't working for most in the city and that's bad for New Zealand
5th Jun 16, 5:02am
18th May 16, 2:18pm
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Simon Bennett of blue-collar recruiter AWF says NZ almost entirely lacks consistent and efficient pathways for school-leavers, the unemployed and the low-skilled to train on-the-job and gain the necessary basic skills to be able to adapt to survive
Simon Bennett of blue-collar recruiter AWF says NZ almost entirely lacks consistent and efficient pathways for school-leavers, the unemployed and the low-skilled to train on-the-job and gain the necessary basic skills to be able to adapt to survive
18th May 16, 2:18pm

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