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Mäori are a young and growing population. This report documents the recent trends in the demographic, social and economic situation of Mäori. It examines family structure, educational attainment, life expectancy, and for the first time, provides information on language - the number of te reo Mäori speakers, their ages and level of education.
For more information read NZ Now Maori (Census 96) (1998) - Reference Reports or Te Kanohi Hou o Aotearoa: Mäori (Census 96) (1998) - Reference Reports.
Hours of work
Impacts of unemployment
Slowing growth rate
Life expectancy and death rates
Where Maori live
Mäori in Australia
Having children younger
Growth in sole-parent families
Growth in early childhood education
Increases in post-compulsory education
Improved attainment levels
Use of te reo Mäori
Personal income levels
Concentration in lower paid occupations
Household income position
Family income situation of children
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This page last modified on: 15 April 2004
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