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Job advertisements: Up north and down south

Job advertisements: Up north and down south

Labour demand strengthened again in October, building on gains in the previous month, according to the latest ANZ job advertising data.

Kiwi women 'earn $608,000 less than men' over their lifetime

Kiwi women 'earn $608,000 less than men' over their lifetime

New Zealand has one of the narrowest gender pay gaps in the OECD but, on average, kiwi women still earn $608,000 less than men over their entire lifetime, according to a report released by ANZ today.

Employment outcomes for women 'worse than for men'

Employment outcomes for women 'worse than for men'

New research about employment equality clearly shows that women and disabled people are doing far less well than men in employment outcomes.

Capital leads the charge in job growth - SEEK

Capital leads the charge in job growth - SEEK

New Zealand’s employment market has started 2015 strong with new job ads up 2.4% month on month nationally in January.

Steady job growth lowers unemployment to 5.4% - Joyce

Steady job growth lowers unemployment to 5.4% - Joyce

Steady job growth in the September quarter has lowered New Zealand’s unemployment rate to 5.4 per cent in the latest Household Labour Force Survey, the lowest unemployment rate since March 2009.

Pay gap between men and women growing - CTU

The annual New Zealand Income survey has been released today and provides clear evidence that the gap in the average wage is widening between what men and women in New Zealand are earning.

Kiwi job market has a strong pulse - Trade Me

Kiwi job market has a strong pulse - Trade Me

The New Zealand employment market continued its solid growth over the past quarter, continuing the growth trend of the past year according to analysis of almost 60,000 roles advertised on Trade Me Jobs.

NZ's wage pressure in high-skill industries tops global index

NZ's wage pressure in high-skill industries tops global index

New Zealand has been given a score of 10.0 - the highest possible - for wage pressure in high-skill industries in the 2014 Hays Global Skills Index.

The "Brain Gain" job hunt sucks

The "Brain Gain" job hunt sucks

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Employment confidence rises

Employment confidence rises

The Westpac McDermott Miller Employment Confidence Index rose to 109.9 in the June 2014 quarter, from 108.4 in the March quarter. This is the highest level for the index since September 2008.