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Report

Faces of unemployment: September 2018

This report looks behind the headline unemployment statistics to reveal who is affected, why it’s no easy matter for most unemployed people to secure a job, and the disturbing growth in long-term unemployment. It also look at the chances people on unemployment payments have of...
Report

Corruption and misconduct risks associated with employment practices in the Victorian public sector

This report highlights the corruption vulnerabilities associated with employment practices across the Victorian public sector and alerts public sector agencies to opportunities to strengthen their systems and practices to mitigate those vulnerabilities.
Discussion paper

An open and data-driven taxonomy of skills extracted from online job adverts

In this work we offer an open and data-driven skills taxonomy, which is independent of ESCO and O*NET, two popular available taxonomies that are expert-derived. Since the taxonomy is created in an algorithmic way without expert elicitation, it can be quickly updated to reflect changes...
Technical report

Internet job postings: preliminary skills analysis

This technical report outlines the collection and analyses of internet job-postings data, how they compare with other sources of data and their limitations.
Report

Faces of unemployment: April 2020

The report was prepared before the coronavirus outbreak and the subsequent announcement of a six-month payment that effectively doubles the rate of the JobSeeker Allowance (Newstart) and Youth Allowance. Nonetheless, the report provides important insights that could be applied by government to effectively reduce long-term...
Statistics

Jobs online monthly report – May 2015

Measures changes in New Zealand job vacancies advertised by businesses on three internet job boards – SEEK, Trade Me Jobs and the Education Gazette. The trend series is used as the primary indicator as it reduces the month-to-month volatility. Highlights Online job vacancies decrease in...
Report

Jobs online monthly report: June 2015

Measures changes in job vacancies advertised by businesses on three internet job boards – SEEK, Trade Me Jobs and the Education Gazette. Highlights
Report

Jobs online monthly report – October 2014

Online vacancies for skilled jobs in New Zealand showed little change in October. Overview Jobs Online measures changes in job vacancies advertised by businesses on the two main internet job boards – SEEK and Trade Me Jobs. The trend series is used as the lead...
Report

Jobs Online monthly report – September 2014

Jobs Online measures changes in job vacancies advertised by businesses on the two main internet job boards – SEEK and Trade Me Jobs. The trend series is used as the lead indicator as it reduces the month-to-month volatility. Highlights Online job vacancies grew in September...
Report

Quarterly Canterbury job-matching report - June 2014

This report provides an outline of the latest employment demand and supply information available on the Canterbury rebuild and wider recovery, in order to inform decision-making and provide an update of the progress on the rebuild. Executive summary This report provides an outline of the...
Fact sheet

Jobs Online monthly report – August 2014

The trend for online job vacancies in New Zealand fell in August, according to this paper on vacancies advertised on the two main internet job boards – SEEK and Trade Me Jobs. Highlights The trend for online job vacancies fell in August. Online vacancies for...
Report

Jobs Online monthly report – July 2014

Jobs Online measures changes in job vacancies in New Zealand advertised by businesses on the two main internet job boards – SEEK and Trade Me Jobs. The trend series is used as it reduces the month-to-month volatility. Changes to regional reporting This report now reports...
Fact sheet

Jobs Online monthly report – June 2014

Jobs Online measures changes in job vacancies advertised by businesses on the two main internet job boards – SEEK and Trade Me Jobs. The trend series is used as it reduces the month to month volatility. Highlights Online job vacancies grew in June. The online...
Report

Jobs Online monthly report – April 2014

Measures changes in job vacancies advertised by businesses on the two main internet job boards – SEEK and Trade Me Jobs. Changes to Jobs Online reporting This month's report focuses on the trend series rather than the seasonally adjusted series, which will reduce month to...
Report

Jobs Online monthly report – March 2014

This release measures changes in job vacancies in New Zealand advertised by businesses on the two main internet job boards – SEEK and Trade Me Jobs. Summary Jobs Online shows, in seasonally adjusted terms, that skilled job vacancies increased by 0.7 per cent in March...