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Thames-CoromandelCommunity profile

Thames-Coromandel District

Field of qualifications of workforce

In Thames-Coromandel District, there were more people in the workforce with a Management and commerce qualification than any other field of qualification in 2018.

Field of Qualification presents the primary field of study for the highest qualification the person has received. Field of study for lower level qualifications are not collected.

Fields of study relate to the type of work and types of industries in the area, but may also indicate people working in areas which don’t match their training. As with other workforce related topics, field of study helps to build up a picture of the economic and employment role of an area, as distinct from its residential role.

Field of Qualification information should be looked at in conjunction with Workforce Industries , Workforce Occupation and Workforce Level of Qualification data as well as Field and Level of Qualifications data for the residents for a clearer picture of the skills available in Thames-Coromandel District's workforce.

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Derived from the Census question:

'Print the main subject of your highest qualification.'

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Workforce field of qualifications
Thames-Coromandel District20182013Change
Highest qualification levelNumber%Waikato Region %Number%Waikato Region %2013 to 2018
Agriculture, environmental and related studies2342.02.12162.22.6+18
Architecture and building4744.02.64054.03.0+69
Creative arts2402.01.71801.81.8+60
Education6245.24.85045.05.0+120
Engineering and related technologies8437.17.68108.19.3+33
Food, hospitality and personal services2732.31.92822.82.4-9
Health7686.45.66036.06.1+165
Information technology720.61.1540.51.2+18
Management and commerce8467.18.16156.17.8+231
Natural and physical sciences2071.72.21861.92.5+21
Society and culture6215.25.24744.75.8+147
Field of study not given (Although level of attainment given)7986.711.02582.62.7+540
No post-school qualification5,46645.940.34,85448.545.1+612
Not stated / included4473.85.75645.64.8-117
Total people11,913100.0100.010,005100.0100.0+1,908
Source: Statistics New Zealand, Census of Population and Dwellings 2013 and 2018. Compiled and presented in profile.id by .id , the population experts.
Stats NZ data quality rating (Field of Qualification): Low
Stats NZ data quality rating (Workforce): Moderate
Please note that in the 2018 Census, where data are not provided, responses are sourced from administrative datasets, in line with the procedures developed by Statistics New Zealand to supplement the 2018 dataset. Due to this, there is a reduction in the "Not stated/included" category in 2018, and users should use caution when comparing to earlier Census years.
Please refer to specific data notes for more information

Dominant groups

Analysis of the field of qualifications of the workforce in Thames-Coromandel District shows that the three largest fields the population were qualified in were:

  • Management and commerce (846 people or 7.1%)
  • Engineering and related technologies (843 people or 7.1%)
  • Health (768 people or 6.4%)

In combination these three fields accounted for 2,457 people in total or 20.6% of the workforce.

In comparison, Waikato Region had 8.1% of the workforce who studied Management and commerce; 7.6% who studied Engineering and related technologies; and 5.6% who studied Health.

The major differences between the fields of qualifications of the workforce in Thames-Coromandel District and Waikato Region were:

  • A larger percentage of people qualified in the field of architecture and building (4.0% compared to 2.6%)
  • A larger percentage of people qualified in the field of health (6.4% compared to 5.6%)
  • A smaller percentage of people qualified in the field of management and commerce (7.1% compared to 8.1%)
  • A smaller percentage of people qualified in the field of engineering and related technologies (7.1% compared to 7.6%)

Emerging groups

The largest changes in fields of qualifications of the workforce in Thames-Coromandel District between 2013 and 2018 were:

  • Management and commerce (+231 people)
  • Health (+165 people)
  • Society and culture (+147 people)
  • Education (+120 people)

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