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Representation for Māori in Te Tari Taake Inland Revenue has remained relatively steady sitting above or around 12%. For 2023 we see a minor drop in wāhine Māori representation, counteracted by an increase in tāne Māori representation.

Exploration of attraction campaigns intentionally designed to attract Māori may help to further increase Māori representation, however we understand bringing more Māori into our entry roles is likely to negatively impact the pay gap data until we increase representation in senior leadership and technical roles.

Longitudinal data on Māori representation by gender (%)
Year Māori Wāhine Māori Tāne Māori
2021 12.26% 9.43% 2.77%
2022 12.34% 9.40% 2.84%
2023 12.42% 9.32% 2.96%
Last updated: 11 Jan 2024
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