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Thames-CoromandelCommunity profile

Thames-Coromandel District

Qualifications of workforce

In 2018, 50.0% of the workforce in Thames-Coromandel District had a tertiary qualification, compared to 53.7% in Waikato Region.

Qualification levels help to evaluate the economic opportunities and socio-economic status of workers in a particular industry.

The level of qualifications in a workforce relate to a number of factors including:

  • The age of the workforce;
  • The skill and qualification level required to work in an area;
  • The professional or working ambitions of people (to seek education as youth or retraining as adults);
  • The opportunities afforded to people to continue studying beyond compulsory schooling.

Educational Qualification statistics should be looked at in conjunction with Workforce Industries , Workforce Occupation and Workforce Field of Qualification data as well as information on the Level and Field of Qualification of residents for a full education analysis for Thames-Coromandel District.

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Derived from the Census questions:

'What is your highest secondary school qualification?', 'Apart from secondary school qualifications do you have another completed qualification?', and 'What is your highest qualification?'

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Workforce highest qualification achieved
Thames-Coromandel District20182013Change
Qualification levelNumber%Waikato Region %Number%Waikato Region %2013 to 2018
Higher degree8827.49.24294.36.4+453
Bachelor degree1,36511.514.11,08010.814.7+285
Post school (excluding university)3,71131.130.42,73327.326.2+978
School qualification3,75331.527.73,63936.434.1+114
No qualification1,83315.413.41,80318.015.8+30
Not stated / included3753.15.13243.22.8+51
Total people11,919100.0100.010,008100.0100.0+1,911
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 (Qualifications): Moderate
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 qualifications of the workforce in Thames-Coromandel District in 2018 compared to Waikato Region shows that there was a similar proportion of people holding formal qualifications (Higher degrees, Bachelor degrees and Post School (excluding university) qualifications), and a higher proportion of people with no formal qualifications.

Overall, 81.5% of the workforce held educational qualifications, and 15.4% had no qualifications, compared with 81.5% and 13.4% respectively for Waikato Region.

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

  • A larger percentage of people with school qualifications (31.5% compared to 27.7%)
  • A larger percentage of people with no qualification (15.4% compared to 13.4%)
  • A smaller percentage of people with bachelor degrees (11.5% compared to 14.1%)
  • A smaller percentage of people with higher degrees (7.4% compared to 9.2%)

Emerging groups

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

  • Post school (excluding university) (+978 people)
  • Higher degree (+453 people)
  • Bachelor degree (+285 people)
  • School qualification (+114 people)

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