Population and Housing

Overseas Workers of the Philippines (Results from the 2010 Census)

Based on the 2010 Census of Population and Housing (CPH), the number of overseas workers in the country as of May 1, 2010 was around 1.5 million persons. In comparison, there were about 992 thousand overseas workers reported in the 2000 CPH, and 417 thousand overseas workers counted in the 1990 CPH. In two decades, the number of overseas workers has increased by 1.1 million.

Domestic and International Migrants in the Philippines (Results from the 2010 Census)

Among the 81.9 million population five years old and over enumerated in the 2010 Census of Population and Housing (CPH), 96.5 percent were non-movers. These are persons whose city/municipality of residence in 2010 was the same as in 2005. Thirteen regions had proportions of non-movers higher than the national figure, with percentages ranging from 96.6 percent to 98.1 percent. The regions with proportions of non-movers lower than the national percentage were Region III with 96.3 percent, CAR with 96.0 percent, NCR with 95.3 percent, and Region IVA with 94.3 percent.

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