Employment in ICT firms in the Whangārei District, New Zealand

By area unit, 2015, number of employees

Data calculation/treatment

For the purpose of this work, ICT sector is defined as the sum of the following ANZSIC codes: C241, C242, C243, F349, J542, J580, J591, J592, L663, M700 and S942. These categories reflect the best data available in the Business Demography Statistics 2015 at the Area Unit level (http://nzdotstat.stats.govt.nz/WBOS/Index.aspx?DataSetCode=TABLECODE7602).The total for each area units are the sum of people working in those industries in each area unit (excluding missing, or confidentialised values)

Data provided by

New Zealand Institute of Economic Research (NZIER)

Dataset name

Digital Nation New Zealand: ICT Employment by Area Unit 2015

How to find the data

This dataset was produced by Figure.NZ to replicate work created NZIER. It is based on Business Demography Statistics data sourced from Statistics New Zealand.

Import & extraction details

File as imported: Digital Nation New Zealand: ICT Employment by Area Unit 2015

From the dataset Digital Nation New Zealand: ICT Employment by Area Unit 2015, this data was extracted:

  • Sheet: pivot
  • Range: C2:N1800
  • Provided: 21,588 data points

This data forms the table Business - ICT employment by Area Unit 2015.

Dataset originally released on:

June 21, 2016

Purpose of collection

These tables were published on Figure.NZ as digital support for the NZTech report titled "Digital Nation New Zealand, from tech sector to digital nation”. The aim of this report is to deepen understanding and discussions about the benefits technology brings and the role that it could play in redefining the New Zealand we live in.
NZTech is a not for profit organisation whose purpose is to create a prosperous New Zealand led by a vibrant technology sector. NZTech engaged independent economic consultancy, the New Zealand Institute of Economic Research (NZIER) to analyse the sector and provide input into this report. Given the complexity of the task, another independent economic consultancy, Sapere was engaged to provide a peer review.

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