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ANZSICAustralian New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification
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The commission didn't bother to avoid double-counting the disputes in the transport/storage and communications divisions, where ANZSIC counts stevedoring.
However, as this study found, such data analysis is limited by the amount of industry data that can be accessed, the aging of some of this data, and the limitations of the ANZSIC codes in adequately mapping new emerging industry sectors and the more informal grouping of communities of practice that would be otherwise missed with meso-level data analysis alone.
These employment category figures for the case study resorts very much reflect the ANZSIC accommodation, cafes and restaurants industry average for Australia which suggests that resorts in north eastern NSW have similar employment patterns as the industry generally.
Moreover, the ABS industrial classification was changed from ASIC to ANZSIC classification in August 1993.
Establishments mainly engaged in the construction of institutional non-residential buildings (such as hospitals, schools and law courts) are included in ANZSIC class E4115 Institutional Building Construction.
The industry data for the 2001 Census were classified on the basis of the 1993 Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC) into 52 distinct industry groups The 2006 Census industry data were classified in terms of the 2006 ANZSIC classification.
The ABS publishes data on the national and state-wide water use of sectors within the economy (which, for the most part, coincide with the ANZSIC sectors + the Household sector).
Statisticians use statistical classifications to compile statistics, for example, ANZSIC (Australian and New Zealand Standard Industry Classification), and are reliant on survey respondents to understand these and apply them.
For updating of NZSIC tables prepared before 1995/96, a system is needed to re-group the ANZSIC industries into the 22 industry categories employed by Philpott.
Table 1 presents estimates of comparative labour productivity levels for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and large enterprises (LEs) for the period between 1994-95 and 1999-2000 at the two digit ANZSIC disaggregated levels.
In June 1998 funds from life and general insurers accounted for only 34 per cent of total funds with investment fund managers (which are included in ANZSIC K7519 Services to Finance and Investment).
Having established that various bodies now recognise the problems related to identifying labour and skill shortages in the agriculture sector, given that services to agriculture are excluded from the ANZSIC classifications (ABS 2012c), it is recommended that this oversight be reversed.