Agreement to terms
Accuracy of your information
You must provide true and current information in your dealings with us, including setting up an account. We recommend using a personal email address for your account to ensure continued access.
Account security - your responsibilities
If you register for an account to gain access to certain parts of the site, we will provide you with a username and password. You are responsible for:
- keeping your username and password confidential;
- protecting and securing your username and password from unauthorised access and use; and
- protecting your computing environment from unauthorised access, viruses and malicious software.
Your username and password are personal to you. You are not permitted to share them with others.
We may suspend or disable your username and password if we consider it necessary for security reasons or if you breach these terms.
If you add content to this site, you must have all the rights you need to add that content and to ensure that our use of that content in accordance with these terms will not:
- breach any laws or legally binding codes;
- infringe any person's intellectual property rights or other legal rights or protected interests; or
- give rise to any legal cause of action against us or you or any third party.
If we suspect that you have breached these requirements, we may remove, suspend, amend or delete the relevant content.
We do not claim ownership of your content but you grant us a non-exclusive, perpetual and irrevocable licence to store, copy, reformat, publish and otherwise use that content for the purposes of operating this site and exercising our rights under these terms.
Our content and your use of it
Except for your content, and unless otherwise indicated, we or our licensors are the owners of the intellectual property rights in this site and the content on this site. You may not use our intellectual property rights and content unless authorised to do so under these terms or by us in writing.
Subject to our qualifications below, you may reproduce Careers New Zealand's material in any format or media solely for your personal use, free of charge, without obtaining our specific permission to do so, as long as you acknowledge the source and copyright status of our material.
However, you must not:
- sell or distribute any material on a commercial basis
- alter any material or use it in a misleading manner
- alter, use or distribute any third party copyright material in any manner that would infringe copyright in that material.
In addition, the licence above does not apply to the website’s design elements or to any government or other organisation’s emblems or logos. These elements, emblems and logos may not be reproduced without our written consent.
Third party content
Where copyright material is owned by a third party, that will be indicated. You may not do anything with material owned by a third party that would breach their intellectual property rights unless you have their permission. We cannot grant that permission.
Warranty for material contributed by you
You warrant that if you contribute third party copyright content to the website, you have the right to use that content and to grant us the licence provided under the heading ‘Your content’.
The content on this website is continually updated to ensure our information and advice reflects current careers and employment practices and trends. For this reason, we recommend you link to our website to ensure you are getting the most up-to-date version of our content.
We make a lot of our job and industry information available for use via a free API (application program interface).
If you wish to publish or issue material from our publications or website for commercial use, you must first get written permission from Careers New Zealand.
Please contact our marketing and communications department with your copyright request. You can do this by phoning 0800 222 733, or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
APIs and web services
To use the API referred to above, you will need an API key. These terms apply to your use of the API and, if we specify additional terms that apply, you agree to comply with them.
Contributors’ views are their own
Views or opinions expressed on the website are not necessarily endorsed by Careers New Zealand, and their publication on the website shall not be taken as an endorsement of any kind.
Standards of Integrity and Conduct
Government employees who participate on the site are reminded of their obligations under the Standards of Integrity and Conduct.
The Careers New Zealand website is designed to help you make better informed work, training and career decisions. However, we recommend you also refer to other sources of information such as relevant training providers, or professional or trade organisations before making any decisions about your career.
Although Careers New Zealand makes every effort to ensure all material on our website is reliable and accurate at the time of publishing, we cannot accept any liability for its accuracy or content. Use of our website is at your own risk.
Careers New Zealand provides links to other websites when we think you may be interested in what they offer. We do not necessarily endorse those websites or their content, and we have no control over the conduct of the companies or organisations operating those websites.
Changes to the website
Careers New Zealand may change, suspend or discontinue any aspect of the website at any time, including any service or content offered by or through this website.
About our job information
Pay information is provided as a guide only. People's individual pay rates may vary according to their skills, experience and qualifications and their employer.
Sources we use may include:
- published data on pay rates, such as Multi-Employer Collective Agreements
- Statistics New Zealand’s population Census data
- minimum pay rates published by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment
- surveys carried out within occupations or by recruitment firms
- pay information in job advertisements on job vacancy websites
- interviews with people involved with training, industry bodies and employers.
Pay ranges based on Census information use the lower and upper quartile earnings for the occupation.
The chances gauge shows our estimate of the demand for staff in a particular occupation, as at the last updated date (indicated by the information in the outlook sources section).
- whether job numbers are growing or shrinking
- how much staff turnover there is in an occupation
- whether the occupation is on a skills shortage list
- how the supply of graduates or trainees compares with the demand for workers
- Careers New Zealand research, including interviews with people involved with training, industry bodies and employers.
"How many people are doing this job?" infographic numbers
Most job numbers are estimates only.
Unless indicated in source information, data is based on detailed employment estimates developed by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, using information from Statistics New Zealand’s:
- Linked Employer-Employee Data
- Household Labour Force Survey.
If we have used another source, this is shown below the job numbers.
Information from external data feeds
Some data appearing on the Careers New Zealand website comes via direct feeds from various external agencies. Careers New Zealand bears no responsibility for the accuracy of this information.
This data includes:
- course information from New Zealand Qualifications Authority and Tertiary Education Commission
- graduate earnings information from Ministry of Education
- scholarships information from Generosity New Zealand
- current vacancies information from Trade Me Jobs.
We value your comments and opinions. If you have comments, questions or complaints about any of our services or website policies please contact Careers New Zealand.
Updated 18 Oct 2017