The employment rate in April 2017 was estimated at 94.3 percent. In April 2016, the employment rate was 93.9 percent.
Statistical Tables on Labor Force Survey (LFS) from the results of October 2016 LFS.
Statistical Tables on Labor Force Survey (LFS) from the results of July 2016 LFS.
The population 15 years old and over in July 2016 was estimated at 68.4 million wherein about 43.3 million persons were reported in the labor force, that is, either employed or unemployed (Table 1 and Table 2). These figures placed the labor... Read more about Employment Situation in July 2016 (Final Results)
The employment rate in January 2017 was estimated at 93.4 percent. Four regions, namely, Ilocos Region (91.3%), National Capital Region (NCR) (91.5%), Caraga (91.5%), and CALABARZON (91.8%) had the lowest employment rates (Table 4). The labor... Read more about Employment rate in January 2017 is estimated at 93.4 percent
Technical Notes on Standard Error (SE) And Coefficient of Variation (CV)
Of the estimated 68.2 million population 15 years old and over in April 2016, the number of persons who were in the labor force was reported at 43.3 million. This placed the labor force participation rate (LFPR) at 63.5 percent, which means that... Read more about Employment Situation in April 2016 (Final Results)
The preliminary results of the Annual Labor and Employment Estimates for 2016 based on the average of the four (4) LFS rounds (January, April, July and October) reported an annual labor force participation rate of 63.4 percent out of the 68.1... Read more about 2016 Annual Labor and Employment Status
The employment rate in October 2016 was estimated at 95.3 percent. Five regions, namely, CALABARZON (93.8%), National Capital Region (NCR) (94.1%), Central Luzon (94.3%), Ilocos Region (94.6%), and Central Visayas (94.9%) had employment rates... Read more about Employment Rate in October 2016 is Estimated at 95.3 Percent