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Demographic Testimony, Waiheke Local Board area 2016

This area comprises Waiheke Island, Rangitoto, Motutapu, Ponui and Browns Island as well as several smaller islets. Each year, tens of thousand of visitors enjoy the island's shores, coves, provincial parklands, walking and sights. Most of the island can be reached by ferry from the centre of Auckland and Half Moon Bay, or by car - on boats or (occasionally) helicopters.

Rapid ferry connections to the city of Auckland have fostered housing and business on Waiheke lsland, and many residents travel to Auckland every single working hour. The often interdependent tourist and winemaking industry on the islands itself attracts tourists and creates jobs for many. and more. In the 2006-2013 census period, the total populace grew by 7 percent, similar to the 8 percent increase in the region during this period.

Waiheke had a higher percentage of inhabitants over 65 in 2013 (19%) than the area ('12%). Three years older than the 35th subregional average. One fourth (28%) of the natives were expatriates, and of this group 35 percent had been in New Zealand for less than ten years.

The Waiheke Local Board had 3618 homes in 2013, 1 percent of the area. Average domestic incomes were $51,100 - lower than the local average of $76,500. Twothirds (66%) of homes had the home they were living in (including 16% held in a foundation ), as against 61% in the region.

Twothirds (66%) of homes were single-parent families with orphans. 9% were single-parent families with orphans. Percentage of homes with only one individual (33%) was higher than in Auckland (19%). By 2013, 16 percent of the population 15 years and older had no official education, as opposed to 17 percent in the region, and 28 percent had a bachelor's or higher education, as opposed to 25 percent in the region.

Nearly half (44%) of the population over 15 years of age worked full-time and a further 17% part-time. Out of the workforce, 62 percent were salaried staff and one fourth (27 percent) were self-employed. About 45 percent were manager or specialists, while 13 percent were engineers and craftsmen.

By February 2015, the majority of Waiheke LOC employees (18%) worked in hotels and restaurants, followed by retailers (13%). Most of the companies in the region were active in renting, business rentals and property service activities (19% of all enterprises in the region), followed by building and building activities and provision of specialised, academic and technological consultancy activities (15% each).

Between 2010 and 2015, the number of people employed by municipalities rose by 45 percent, the highest growth rate in all municipalities and much higher than the total growth rate of 13 percent. Unless otherwise noted, all figures presented here are from the 2013 Census.

The" Econo - Biznes in the communal board" is based on demographic information from Statistics New Zealand. Auckland Council provides the information from the Ministry of Education. Decil 1 The 10 percent of those with the highest percentage of such pupils are the 10 percent and Decil 10 The 10 percent of those with the smallest percentage.

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