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Rationale

'Workplace address' is collected from individuals to code industry and institutional sector through matching to Statistics NZ's Business Frame. It is a key variable for determining the geographic characteristics of those in paid employment. Workplace address is also used to estimate the likely daytime population of specific geographic areas and, when used in conjunction with usual residence and main means of travel to work, to measure traffic flows between work and home.

Classification of workplace address/workplace address indicator

Workplace address is a flat classification with over 43,000 categories – excluding residual categories. The classification consists of a combination of classifications that are ordinarily stored independently of each other. For more details of how the classification is derived see Classification and coding process. The residual categories are defined in Glossary and references.

The classification of workplace address indicator is a flat classification with two categories – excluding residual categories. The residual categories are defined in Glossary and references.

 

Workplace address

Classification Workplace Address Classification
Abbreviation WORKADD
Version V7.0
Effective date 01/01/2013

 

Workplace address indicator

Classification Workplace Address Indicator Classification
Abbreviation WORKADDI
Version V2.0
Effective date 01/08/2000
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