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ANZSICAustralian New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification
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The major offence was to compare a small workforce of roughly 5000 with eight ANZSIC categories that comprised Australia's entire 8.5 million strong labour force.
Again, the historic divide between education and care was apparent: the relevant industries in ANZSIC were found to be Preschool and School Education, classified under 'Education and Training'; or Child Care Services, classified under 'Health Care and Social Assistance' (ABS, 2006, p.
Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) (2006), Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC) 2006, ABS cat.
TABLE 1 Sample Distribution of the Manufacturing Sectors Based on Australia and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC) Codes Manufacturing Sectors Number Valid % of Based on ANZSIC of Firms the Sample Codes Food, beverage, and 49 23.7 tobacco Textile, clothing, 7 3.4 footwear, and leather Wood and paper 9 4.3 Printing, publishing, 11 5.3 and media Petroleum, coal, and 20 9.7 chemical Nonmetallic mineral 5 2.4 Metal 12 5.8 Machinery and equipment 42 20.3 Prefabricated building, 48 23.2 furniture, and others Construction 4 1.9 Total 207 100 Nonresponse Bias
Besides tracking movements in the mean score for all respondents on each scale over successive waves, the analysis involved tracking the mean scores for each occupation and industry, disaggregated at both 1- and 2-digit levels, using the 2006 ANZSCO and ANZSIC classifications.
The ANZSIC industry divisions were used as the basis for industry groupings.
Industry is controlled for using fifty-four indicator variables for each of the two-digit ANZSIC classification groups.
25 Other Europe 26 Other Asia/Pacific Industry 27 Accommodation, cafes & restaurants Industry classification based on 28 Agriculture, forestry Australia New Zealand Standard and fishing Industry Classification (ANZSIC).
(117) See Australian Bureau of Statistics, Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification, ABS Catalogue No 1292.0 (2006) 66-74 ('ANZSIC').
For example, the standard industry classification index (ANZSIC) forms a useful benchmark for comparison of regional employment and industry concentrations.
This model represents owner-manager gender, with controls for enterprise size (employment, sales or assets), business age (two-year ranges), industry (one-digit ANZSIC code), financial leverage (total liabilities as a percentage of total funding), time dedicated to the business (part-time [fewer than 5 days per week] or full-time [5 or more days per week]), and legal organization (incorporated or unincorporated), as possibly influencing the financial performance and/or business growth of the SMEs studied.
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.