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    Engineering and architecture industries aiming for more diversity

    Pace has picked up for the engineering and architecture professions to increase diversity.

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    'Have a quiet Christmas'- Roskruge on Reserve Bank's inflation hammering

    Massey University associate dean Māori and economics professor Matt Roskruge (Te Atiawa, Ngāti Tama) says anyone in debt, with credit card payments, mortgages or loans, is going to find it more exp

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    Wages 12% higher for reo Māori speakers- TradeMe

    People who can kōrero te reo Māori are on average paid 12 per cent more than those who can’t, according to TradeMe

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    New report shows billion dollar boost to economy if gender-parity action is taken

    Gender diversity is the answer to New Zealand's talent crisis – that’s the findings of a new report by Champions For Change, a coalition of New Zealand's top chief executives and chairs who are com

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    Wage subsidy programme essential to Manurewa Marae effort

    The government is hailing the success of the Mana in Mahi programme, an initiative run by the Ministry of Social Development designed to help people on a benefit into new careers by paying wage sub

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    Ask for pay rises, expert says, as Māori unemployment rate at record low

    Māori unemployment is at a record low dropping down to 5.4 percent from almost 8 percent last year - the lowest it has been since modern records began in 1986.

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    Wāhine jobs plan launched

    Te Mahere Whai Mahi Wāhine: Women’s Employment Action Plan was launched today by Minister for Women, Jan Tinetti, with the goal of ensuring New Zealand is a great place for women to work.

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    Māori-led conservation projects across Canterbury receive 'jobs for nature' funding boost

    Photo / File Six conservation projects, including several led by Māori, have received funding boosts for 'jobs for nature' across Canterbury.

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    Kaikohe turning employment statistics around

    The small Northland town of Kaikohe often gets a bad rap in the media for low employment statistics.

  10. Video for  New NZ Army facility to boost jobs for Manawatū-Whanganui
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    New NZ Army facility to boost jobs for Manawatū-Whanganui

    Defence minister Peeni Henare says the government is investing $47 million into a large new engineering facility at Linton Army Camp.

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