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LEED annual tables

This page has links to annual Linked Employer-Employee Data (LEED) tables in NZ.Stat – our free web tool for creating, finding, customising, and downloading datasets.

Linked Employer-Employee Data (LEED) provides statistics on filled jobs, job flows, worker flows, mean and median earnings for continuing jobs and new hires, and total earnings. 

The following links provide a range of annual statistics about the interaction between people and the labour market in New Zealand. They include information on income and earnings transitions, job tenure, multiple job holders, and self-employment. Estimates are available up to the most recent tax year in LEED. Estimates for the most recent year are provisional until the next release (ie for one year).

For technical information about the data, view the LEED annual technical notes.

Part 1: Source of Income  |  Part 2: Income Transitions  |  Part 3: Income Source Spells and Job Tenure  |  Part 4: Holders of Multiple Jobs  |  Part Five: Self-employment

We have updated the median annual earnings values for wage and salary earners on table 1.2 and table 3.2. We had used the incorrect population to determine the median values. However, this has now been corrected.

Please note: the Part 2: Income Transitions tables will no longer be updated beyond the year ended March 2014. However this data is available on request.

Part 1: Sources of Income

Table 1.1: Source of Taxable Income 

Table 1.2: Median Annual Earnings

Table 1.3: Source of Taxable Income by Proportion

Table 1.4-01: Main Source of Taxable Income by Secondary Source of Taxable Income (person counts)

Table 1.4-02: Main Source of Taxable Income by Secondary Source of Taxable Income (median income) 

Table 1.5: Main Earnings Source by Industry (ANZSIC06)

Table 1.6: Main Earnings Source by Industry (NZSIOC)

Part 2: Income Transitions

Table 2.1: Flows Between Main Taxable Income Sources 1-year 

Table 2.2: Flows Between Main Taxable Income Sources 5-year 

Table 2.3: Flows Between Taxable Income Bands 1-year

Table 2.4: Flows Between Taxable Income Bands 5-year

Tables 2.5: Flows Between Taxable Income Deciles 1-year 
2001 | 2002200320042005200620072008 | 2009 | 2010 | 2011 | 2012 | 2013 | 2014

Tables 2.6: Flows Between Taxable Income Deciles 5-year 
2005200620072008 | 2009 | 2010 | 2011 | 2012 | 2013 | 2014

Table 2.7: Flows Between Earnings Bands 1-year 

Table 2.8: Flows Between Earnings Bands 5-year 

Tables 2.9: Flows Between Earnings Deciles 1-year 
20012002200320042005200620072008 | 2009 | 2010 | 2011 | 2012 | 2013 | 2014

Tables 2.10: Flows Between Earnings Deciles 5-year 
2005200620072008 | 2009 | 2010 | 2011 | 2012 | 2013 | 2014

Transitions onto benefit

Table 2.11: History before a transition onto benefit - Sex and Recipient Status 

Table 2.12: History before a transition onto benefit - Region and Recipient Status 

Table 2.13: History before a transition onto benefit - Age and Recipient Status 

Table 2.14: Average number of months employed and off benefit before a transition onto benefit - Sex and Recipient Status 

Table 2.15: Average number of months employed and off benefit before a transition onto benefit - Region and Recipient Status 

Table 2.16: Average number of months employed and off benefit before a transition onto benefit - Age and Recipient Status

Transitions off benefit

Table 2.17: Outcomes following a transition off benefit - Sex and Recipient Status

Table 2.18: Outcomes following a transition off benefit - Region and Recipient Status

Table 2.19: Outcomes following a transition off benefit - Age and Recipient Status

Table 2.20: Average number of months employed and off benefit following a transition off benefit - Sex and Recipient Status

Table 2.21: Average number of months employed and off benefit following a transition off benefit - Region and Recipient Status

Table 2.22: Average number of months employed and off benefit following a transition off benefit - Age and Recipient Status

Table 2.23: Percentage employed and off benefit in all months following a transition off benefit - Sex and Recipient Status

Table 2.24: Percentage employed and off benefit in all months following a transition off benefit - Region and Recipient Status

Table 2.25: Percentage employed and off benefit in all months following a transition off benefit - Age and Recipient Status

Benefit to work transitions

Table 2.26: Outcomes following a transition off benefit to employment - Sex and Recipient Status 

Table 2.27: Outcomes following a transition off benefit to employment - Region and Recipient Status 

Table 2.28: Outcomes following a transition off benefit to employment - Age and Recipient Status 

Table 2.29: Average number of months employed and off benefit following a transition off benefit to employment - Sex and Recipient Status 

Table 2.30: Average number of months employed and off benefit following a transition off benefit to employment - Region and Recipient Status 

Table 2.31: Average number of months employed and off benefit following a transition off benefit to employment - Age and Recipient Status

Table 2.32: Percentage employed and off benefit in all months following a transition off benefit to employment - Sex and Recipient Status 

Table 2.33: Percentage employed and off benefit in all months following a transition off benefit to employment - Region and Recipient Status 

Table 2.34: Percentage employed and off benefit in all months following a transition off benefit to employment - Age and Recipient Status 

Table 2.35: Outcomes following a transition off benefit with work reason code - Sex 

Table 2.36: Outcomes following a transition off benefit with work reason code - Region 

Table 2.37: Outcomes following a transition off benefit with work reason code - Age 

Table 2.38: Average number of months employed and off benefit following a transition off benefit with work reason code - Sex 

Table 2.39: Average number of months employed and off benefit following a transition off benefit with work reason code - Region 

Table 2.40: Average number of months employed and off benefit following a transition off benefit with work reason code - Age 

Table 2.41: Percentage employed and off benefit in all months following a transition off benefit with work reason code - Sex 

Table 2.42: Percentage employed and off benefit in all months following a transition off benefit with work reason code - Region 

Table 2.43: Percentage employed and off benefit in all months following a transition off benefit with work reason code - Age

Part 3: Income Source Spells and Job Tenure

Table 3.1: Source of Taxable Income by Months Received 

Table 3.2: Median Annual Earnings by Months Received 

Table 3.3: Source of Taxable Income by Continuous Spell Length 

Table 3.4: Length of Continuous Job Tenure (ANZSIC06)

Table 3.5: Length of Continuous Job Tenure (region) 

Table 3.6: Length of Continuous Job Tenure (NZSIOC)

Part 4: Holders of Multiple Jobs

Table 4.1: Number of Jobs Held and Earnings 

Table 4.2: Workers with Multiple Jobs by Industry (ANZSIC06)

Part 5: Self-employment

Table 5.1: Main Earnings Source by Average Firm Size 

Table 5.2: Wages and Salaries as Main Source of Taxable Income and Self-employment as Secondary Source (ANZSIC06) 

Table 5.3: Self-employment as Main Source of Taxable Income and Wages and Salaries as Secondary Source (ANZSIC06) 

Table 5.4: Firms With Employment (ANZSIC06) 

Table 5.5-01: Comparison of Employee Jobs in Firms With and Without Working Proprietors (industry) (ANZSIC06) 

Table 5.5-02: Comparison of Employee Jobs in Firms With and Without Working Proprietors (region) 

Table 5.6: Comparison of Employee Jobs in Firms With and Without Working Proprietors (NZSIOC)

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