Derived from the Census questions:
'In the last 4 weeks, which of these activities have you done without pay?
This is a multi-response question.
In recognition of the significant contribution of voluntary and unpaid work in the economy, particularly by women, this question in the census provides data that has not traditionally been collected in social and economic statistics. It includes data on unpaid work including domestic activity, unpaid child care, aged care and care of people with disabilities.
When analysed in conjunction with a community's Age Structure, Family type, Household type and Deprivation index, the importance of unpaid work to the community and economy can be understood as well as the demographics of those who contribute to the unpaid economy.
The data presented is for the population aged over 15.
|Ikaroa-Rāwhiti - Rohe||2013||2006||Change|
|Unpaid activity||Number of Māori within rohe||% of Māori within rohe||New Zealand Māori population %||Number of Māori within rohe||% of Māori within rohe||New Zealand Māori population %||2006 to 2013|
|Household work for own household||35,235||78.5||80.5||33,687||77.7||80.1||+1,548||20001|
|Looking after a child who is a member of own household||17,745||39.5||38.1||17,691||40.8||39.1||+54||20002|
|Looking after a child who is a member of own household who is ill or has a disability||5,490||12.2||11.0||5,148||11.9||11.0||+342||20003|
|Looking after a child who does not live in own household||10,221||22.8||21.6||10,023||23.1||22.2||+198||20004|
|Helping someone who is ill or has a disability who does not live in own household||5,400||12.0||11.1||4,800||11.1||10.8||+600||20005|
|Other helping or voluntary work for or through any organisation group or Marae||8,418||18.7||17.7||7,836||18.1||17.0||+582||20006|
|Not elsewhere included||3,186||7.1||5.9||3,540||8.2||6.8||-354||20008|
|Total aged 15+||44,913||--||--||43,329||--||--||+1,584|
Source: Statistics New Zealand, Census of Population and Dwellings (opens a new window) 2006 and 2013.
The major differences between the unpaid activities of the Māori population in Ikaroa-Rāwhiti Rohe and the New Zealand Māori population were:
- A larger percentage who nominated Looking after a child who is a member of own household (39.5% compared to 38.1%)
- A larger percentage who nominated Looking after a child who is a member of own household who is ill or has a disability (12.2% compared to 11.0%)
- A larger percentage who nominated Looking after a child who does not live in own household (22.8% compared to 21.6%)
- A smaller percentage who nominated Household work for own household (78.5% compared to 80.5%)
The largest changes in the unpaid activities of the Māori population in Ikaroa-Rāwhiti Rohe between 2006 and 2013 were for those nominated:
- Household work for own household (+1,548 responses)
- Helping someone who is ill or has a disability who does not live in own household (+600 responses)
- Other helping or voluntary work for or through any organisation group or Marae (+582 responses)
- Not elsewhere included (-354 responses)