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  1. 1. GENDER QUICKSTAT Fourth Quarter 2009 (An Update of NSOs Most Requested Sex-disaggregated Statistics) REFERENCE INDICATOR DATA PERIOD Both Sexes Male Female Year Number Number Percent Number PercentDEMOGRAPHY Projected population (Medium Assumption; 2010 94,013,200 47,263,600 50.3 46,749,600 49.7 2000 Census Based-Population Projections) 2009 92,226,600 46,368,900 50.3 45,857,700 49.7 2008 90,457,200 45,483,100 50.3 44,974,100 49.7 Total population (2007 Census of Population ) August 1, 2007 88,574,614 - - - - Total population by age group (2000 Census of Population and Housing ) May 1, 2000 76,504,077 38,524,267 50.4 37,979,810 49.6 0 - 4 years 9,669,502 4,951,932 51.2 4,717,570 48.8 5 - 9 years 9,694,781 4,962,013 51.2 4,732,768 48.8 10 - 14 years 8,949,614 4,541,197 50.7 4,408,417 49.3 15 - 19 years 8,017,298 4,017,830 50.1 3,999,468 49.9 20 - 24 years 7,069,403 3,522,518 49.8 3,546,885 50.2 25 - 29 years 6,071,089 3,053,616 50.3 3,017,473 49.7 30 - 34 years 5,546,294 2,804,522 50.6 2,741,772 49.4 35 - 39 years 4,901,023 2,496,821 50.9 2,404,202 49.1 40 - 44 years 4,163,494 2,120,314 50.9 2,043,180 49.1 45 - 49 years 3,330,054 1,696,712 51.0 1,633,342 49.0 50 - 54 years 2,622,316 1,318,632 50.3 1,303,684 49.7 55 - 59 years 1,903,649 943,133 49.5 960,516 50.5 60 - 64 years 1,633,150 786,137 48.1 847,013 51.9 65 - 69 years 1,138,843 533,469 46.8 605,374 53.2 70 - 74 years 797,970 361,614 45.3 436,356 54.7 75 - 79 years 505,356 218,622 43.3 286,734 56.7 80 and over 490,241 195,185 39.8 295,056 60.2 Total population (1995 Census of Population) September 68,616,536 34,584,170 50.4 34,032,366 49.6 0 - 4 years 1995 9,362,118 4,827,268 51.6 4,534,850 48.4 5 - 9 years 8,893,430 4,566,569 51.3 4,326,861 48.7 10 - 14 years 8,040,658 4,081,676 50.8 3,958,982 49.2 15 - 19 years 7,465,451 3,726,799 49.9 3,738,652 50.1 20 - 24 years 6,270,557 3,119,589 49.7 3,150,968 50.3 25 - 29 years 5,752,631 2,879,753 50.1 2,872,878 49.9 30 - 34 years 4,861,116 2,454,570 50.5 2,406,546 49.5 35 - 39 years 4,318,168 2,195,627 50.8 2,122,541 49.2 40 - 44 years 3,402,813 1,729,637 50.8 1,673,176 49.2 45 - 49 years 2,734,379 1,384,973 50.7 1,349,406 49.3 50 - 54 years 2,063,363 1,032,912 50.1 1,030,451 49.9 55 - 59 years 1,715,069 844,164 49.2 870,905 50.8 60 - 64 years 1,322,088 641,970 48.6 680,118 51.4 65 - 69 years 955,878 448,557 46.9 507,321 53.1 70 - 74 years 654,459 299,990 45.8 354,469 54.2 75 - 79 years 410,024 184,175 44.9 225,849 55.1 80 and over 394,334 165,941 42.1 228,393 57.9 Total population (1990 Census of Population) May 60,559,116 30,443,187 50.3 30,115,929 49.7 0 - 4 years 1990 8,466,973 4,342,516 51.3 4,124,457 48.7 5 - 9 years 8,061,008 4,125,409 51.2 3,935,599 48.8 10 - 14 years 7,465,732 3,799,408 50.9 3,666,324 49.1 15 - 19 years 6,640,651 3,320,861 50.0 3,319,790 50.0 20 - 24 years 5,768,325 2,866,207 49.7 2,902,118 50.3 25 - 29 years 4,945,251 2,459,263 49.7 2,485,988 50.3 30 - 34 years 4,201,026 2,110,791 50.2 2,090,235 49.8 35 - 39 years 3,501,621 1,768,532 50.5 1,733,089 49.5 40 - 44 years 2,753,843 1,389,855 50.5 1,363,988 49.5 45 - 49 years 2,221,488 1,113,345 50.1 1,108,143 49.9 50 - 54 years 1,905,828 944,837 49.6 960,991 50.4 55 - 59 years 1,439,403 705,646 49.0 733,757 51.0 60 - 64 years 1,127,881 547,008 48.5 580,873 51.5 65 - 69 years 807,620 376,777 46.7 430,843 53.3 70 - 74 years 565,339 264,981 46.9 300,358 53.1 75 - 79 years 385,644 176,680 45.8 208,964 54.2 80 and over 301,483 131,071 43.5 170,412 56.5 Sex ratio (number of males per 100 females) 2000 101.4 - - - - 1995 101.6 - - - - 1990 101.1 - - - - Marital status (Total population 10 years old and over) 2000 57,139,794 28,610,321 50.1 28,529,473 49.9 1995 50,358,679 25,189,345 50.0 25,169,334 50.0 1990 44,031,135 21,975,262 49.9 22,055,873 50.1 Single 2000 25,079,211 13,278,500 52.9 11,800,711 47.1 1995 22,994,722 12,119,771 52.7 10,874,951 47.3 1990 20,511,276 10,778,990 52.6 9,732,286 47.4 Legally Married 2000 26,088,223 13,016,984 49.9 13,071,239 50.1 1995 24,129,672 12,032,447 49.9 12,097,225 50.1 1990 21,428,785 10,652,383 49.7 10,776,402 50.3 Widowed 2000 2,353,171 571,789 24.3 1,781,382 75.7 1995 1,943,190 458,666 23.6 1,484,524 76.4 1990 1,689,159 396,439 23.5 1,292,720 76.5 Separated or Divorced 2000 558,023 202,007 36.2 356,016 63.8 1995 332,729 113,358 34.1 219,371 65.9 1990 280,136 93,695 33.4 186,441 66.6 Common law or Live-in/Unknown/Others 2000 3,061,166 1,541,041 50.3 1,520,125 49.7 1995 887,399 435,212 49.0 452,187 51.0 Elderly population (65 years old and over) 2000 2,932,410 1,308,890 44.6 1,623,520 55.4 1995 2,414,695 1,098,663 45.5 1,316,032 54.5 1990 2,060,086 949,509 46.1 1,110,577 53.9
  2. 2. REFERENCE INDICATOR DATA PERIOD Both Sexes Male Female Year Number Number Percent Number Percent Singulate mean age at marriage (Average number of years 1995 25.2 - 26.5 - 23.8 an individual remains in a single state. It is derived from the 1990 25.1 - 26.3 - 23.8 data on proportions of never married individuals for each group) 1980 23.6 - 24.8 - 22.4 (Shryock estimates) Simple literacy rate (10 years old and over) 2000 CPH 92.0 - 92.0 - 92.3 (Literacy is the ability to read and write a simple 1990 CPH 93.5 - 93.7 - 93.4 message in any language or dialect) 1980 CPH 82.7 - 82.8 - 82.6 Functional literacy rate (10-64 years old and over; 2003 FLEMMS 84.1 - 81.9 - 86.3 includes reading, writing and numeracy skills) Disabled persons by type of disability 2000 942,098 468,766 49.8 473,332 50.2 (2000 Census of Population and Housing) Low vision 352,398 154,053 43.7 198,345 56.3 Oral defect 50,862 27,100 53.3 23,762 46.7 Partial blindness 76,731 38,157 49.7 38,574 50.3 Mentally III 67,294 34,818 51.7 32,476 48.3 Mentally retarded 66,113 35,194 53.2 30,919 46.8 Quadriplegic 55,889 31,297 56.0 24,592 44.0 Hard of hearing 44,725 22,251 49.8 22,474 50.2 Others 228,086 125,896 55.2 102,190 44.8 (1995 Census of Population) 1995 919,292 469,847 51.1 449,445 48.9 Total blindness 31,075 14,977 48.2 16,098 51.8 Partial blindness 79,193 41,718 52.7 37,475 47.3 Low vision 313,427 131,780 42.0 181,647 58.0 Total deafness 23,014 12,103 52.6 10,911 47.4 Partial deafness 69,570 36,497 52.5 33,073 47.5 Poor hearing ability 22,791 11,374 49.9 11,417 50.1 Muteness 35,948 19,403 54.0 16,545 46.0 Speech defect 38,342 20,831 54.3 17,511 45.7 Loss of one or both arms/hands 11,553 8,825 76.4 2,728 23.6 Loss of one or both legs/feet 12,654 8,990 71.0 3,664 29.0 Paralysis of one or both arms 14,615 9,771 66.9 4,844 33.1 Paralysis of one or both legs 58,446 36,191 61.9 22,255 38.1 Paralysis of one arm and one leg 31,907 19,737 61.9 12,170 38.1 Paralysis of all four limbs 10,841 6,250 57.7 4,591 42.3 Mental retardation 55,041 29,589 53.8 25,452 46.2 Mental illness 38,675 20,357 52.6 18,318 47.4 Others 72,200 41,454 57.4 30,746 42.6VITAL STATISTICS (Vital Statistics Reports) p Registered live births 2006 1,401,029 728,563 52.0 672,466 48.0 p 2005 1,601,481 832,802 52.0 768,679 48.0 2004 1,710,994 890,130 52.0 820,864 48.0 p Registered deaths 2006 389,081 229,613 59.0 159,468 41.0 p 2005 415,271 245,069 59.0 170,202 41.0 2004 403,191 237,750 59.0 165,441 41.0 p Registered marriages 2006 449,215 - - - - p 2005 504,763 - - - - 2004 582,281 - - - -LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT (Labor Force Survey) Household population Jul. 2009 59,513 29,627 49.8 29,886 50.2 (15 years old and over; in thousands) Apr. 2009 59,074 29,346 49.7 29,728 50.3 Jul. 2008 58,119 28,901 49.7 29,218 50.3 Labor Force Employed - persons who, during the reference period Jul. 2009 35,508 21,486 60.5 14,022 39.5 are 15 years old and over as of their last birthday and are Apr. 2009 34,997 21,441 61.3 13,555 38.7 reported either at work or with a job but not at work. Jul. 2008 34,593 21,132 61.1 13,461 38.9 (In thousands) Unemployed - persons who, during the reference period Jul. 2009 2,922 1,774 60.7 1,148 39.3 are 15 years old and over as of their last birthday and who have Apr. 2009 2,827 1,739 61.5 1,088 38.5 no job/business and are actively looking for work. (In thousands) Jul. 2008 2,749 1,699 61.8 1,050 38.2 Labor Force Participation Rate - the ratio (in percent) of the Jul. 2009 64.6 - 78.5 - 50.8 total number of persons in the labor force to the total population Apr. 2009 64.0 - 79.0 - 49.3 15 years old and over. Jul. 2008 64.3 - 79.0 - 49.7 Employment Rate - the proportion of the total employed Jul. 2009 92.4 - 92.4 - 92.4 to the total labor force. Apr. 2009 92.5 - 92.5 - 92.6 Jul. 2008 92.6 - 92.6 - 92.8 Unemployment Rate - the proportion of persons who are totally unemployed to the total labor force. Jul. 2009 7.6 - 7.6 - 7.6 Apr. 2009 7.5 - 7.5 - 7.4 Jul. 2008 7.4 - 7.4 - 7.2
  3. 3. GENDER QUICKSTAT (An Update of NSOs Most Requested Gender Statistics) REFERENCE INDICATOR DATA PERIOD Both Sexes Male Female Year Number Number Percent Number PercentSURVEY ON CHILDREN (2001 Survey on Children 5-17 Years Old) Children 5-17 years of age who worked, by major industry group Philippines 2001 4,018 2,548 100.0 1,470 100.0 Agriculture 2,349 1,718 67.4 631 42.9 Agriculture, hunting, and forestry 2,141 1,527 88.9 614 97.2 Fishing 208 190 11.1 18 2.8 Industry 266 178 7.0 89 6.0 Mining and quarrying 18 18 10.1 - - Manufacturing 186 98 55.0 89 100.0 Electricity, gas, and water 4 4 2.1 - - Construction 58 58 32.8 - - Services 1,274 575 22.6 699 47.5 Wholesale and retail, repair of motor vehicles and personal and household goods 747 340 59.1 407 58.2 Hotels and restaurants 95 33 5.8 62 8.8 Transport, storage, and communications 102 98 17.0 4 0.5 Financial intermediation 2 1 0.1 1 0.1 Real estate, renting, and business activities 13 9 1.6 4 0.6 Public Administration and defense, compulsory social security 9 3 0.5 6 0.8 Education 3 3 0.5 - - Health and social work 2 - - 2 0.3 Other community, social, and personal service activities 72 47 8.2 25 3.6 Private households with employed persons 230 41 7.2 189 27.0 Not reported 128 77 3.0 52 3.5FAMILY PLANNING Current contraceptive method used p Any method (based on National Demographic and Health Survey) 2008 - - - - 50.7 Modern method - - - - 34.0 Ligation/female sterilization - - - - 9.2 Vasectomy/male sterilization - - - - ** Pill - - - - 15.7 IUD - - - - 3.7 Injectables - - - - 2.6 Male condom - - - - 2.3 Mucus/billings/ovulation - - - - 0.1 Standard days method - - - - ** Lactational amenorrhea method - - - - 0.4 Traditional method - - - - 16.7 Calendar/rhythm/periodic abstinence - - - - 6.4 Withdrawal - - - - 9.8 Other traditional methods - - - - 0.4 - No method - - - - 49.3 Number of women - - - 14,000 - Any method (based on Family Planning Survey) 2006 - - - - 50.6 Modern method - - - - ** Ligation/female sterilization - - - - 10.4 Vasectomy/male sterilization - - - - 0.1 Pill - - - - 16.6 IUD - - - - 4.1 Injectables - - - - 2.8 Male condom - - - - 1.6 Mucus/billings/ovulation - - - - - Standard days method - - - - - Lactational amenorrhea method - - - - 0.2 Traditional method - - - - 14.8 Calendar/rhythm/periodic abstinence - - - - 7.0 Withdrawal - - - - 7.3 Other traditional methods - - - - 0.5 - No method - - - - 49.4 Number of women - - - 13,238 -FAMILY INCOME AND EXPENDITURE (Family Income and Expenditure Survey) Average annual income by household head 2006 364,642 167,013 45.8 197,629 54.2 Average annual expenditure by household head 307,502 143,262 46.6 164,240 53.4 Average annual savings by household head 57,140 23,750 41.6 33,390 58.4 Average annual income by household head 2003 313,035 143,556 45.9 169,479 54.1 Average annual expenditure by household head 259,298 120,361 46.4 138,937 53.6 Average annual savings by household head 53,467 22,925 42.9 30,542 57.1 Average annual income by household head 2000 171,847 85,144 49.5 86,703 50.5 Average annual expenditure by household head 144,578 73,228 50.6 71,350 49.4 Average annual savings by household head 27,269 11,916 43.7 15,353 56.3
  4. 4. INDICATOR REFERENCE DATA PERIOD Both Sexes Male Female YearBUSINESS AND INDUSTRY Number Number Percent Number Percent Total Employment by industry major group/class (Industries with average total employment of 20 or more) Agriculture and forestry c Total employment 2006 118,811 - - - - Paid employees 118,428 - - - - Unpaid workers 383 - - - - d Total employment 2005 104,603 83,151 79.5 21,452 20.5 Paid employees 104,343 82,968 79.5 21,375 20.5 Unpaid workers 259 182 70.3 77 29.7 d Total employment 2003 98,408 80,354 81.7 18,053 18.3 Paid employees 96,694 78,962 81.7 17,732 18.3 Unpaid employees 1,714 1,393 81.3 322 18.8 Fishing c Total employment 2006 18,878 - - - - Paid employees 18,643 - - - - Unpaid workers 235 - - - - d Total employment 2005 20,382 18,851 92.5 1,531 7.5 Paid employees 20,133 18,654 92.7 1,479 7.3 Unpaid workers 249 197 79.1 52 20.9 d Total employment 2003 18,929 17,722 93.6 1,207 6.4 Paid employees 18,620 17,490 93.9 1,130 6.1 Unpaid employees 309 232 75.1 77 24.9 Manufacturing c Total employment 2006 973,178 - - - - Paid employees 970,266 - - - - Unpaid workers 2,912 - - - - d Total employment 2005 1,025,814 513,101 50.0 512,713 50.0 Paid employees 1,022,113 511,014 50.0 511,099 50.0 Unpaid workers 3,701 2,087 56.4 1,614 43.6 d Total employment 2003 986,921 496,377 50.3 490,544 49.7 Paid employees 983,888 494,667 50.3 489,221 49.7 Unpaid employees 3,033 1,710 56.4 1,323 43.6 Electricity, gas, and water supply c Total employment 2006 62,867 - - - - Paid employees 62,867 - - - - Unpaid workers - - - - - d Total employment 2005 65,944 53,913 81.8 12,031 18.2 Paid employees 65,944 53,913 81.8 12,031 18.2 Unpaid workers - - - - - d Total employment 2003 61,997 50,540 81.5 11,457 18.5 Paid employees 61,997 50,540 81.5 11,457 18.5 Unpaid employees - - - - - Construction c Total employment 2006 - - - - - Paid employees - - - - - Unpaid workers - - - - - d Total employment 2005 92,261 82,330 89.2 9,931 10.8 Paid employees 91,870 82,079 89.3 9,791 10.7 Unpaid workers 390 251 64.4 139 35.6 d Total employment 2003 97,083 90,211 92.9 6,873 7.1 Paid employees 96,544 89,863 93.1 6,681 6.9 Unpaid employees 539 347 64.4 192 35.6Mining and quarrying c Total employment 2006 10,300 - - - - Paid employees 10,259 - - - - Unpaid workers 41 - - - - d Total employment 2005 10,281 9,546 92.9 735 7.1 Paid employees 10,127 9,413 92.9 714 7.1 Unpaid workers 154 133 86.4 21 13.6 d Total employment 2003 10,802 10,047 93.0 755 7.0 Paid employees 10,757 10,009 93.0 748 7.0 Unpaid employees 45 38 84.4 7 15.6Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles,motorcycles and personal and household goods c Total employment 2006 228,622 - - - - Paid employees 226,136 - - - - Unpaid workers 2,486 - - - - d Total employment 2005 318,416 178,750 56.1 139,666 43.9 Paid employees 316,363 177,604 56.1 138,759 43.9 Unpaid workers 2,052 1,146 55.8 906 44.2 d Total employment 2003 256,912 139,022 54.1 117,890 45.9 Paid employees 254,475 137,688 54.1 116,787 45.9 Unpaid workers 2,436 1,334 54.8 1,102 45.2
  5. 5. INDICATOR REFERENCE DATA PERIOD Both Sexes Male Female Year Number Number Percent Number PercentTransportation, storage, and communications c Total employment 2006 138,755 - - - - Paid employees 137,477 - - - - Unpaid workers 1,278 - - - - d Total employment 2005 153,419 115,458 75.3 37,961 24.7 Paid employees 152,577 114,851 75.3 37,726 24.7 Unpaid employees 842 607 72.1 235 27.9 d Total employment 2003 144,750 110,107 76.1 34,643 23.9 Paid employees 143,842 109,350 76.0 34,492 24.0 Unpaid employees 907 756 83.4 151 16.6Financial intermediation c Total employment 2006 142,157 - - - - Paid employees 141,737 - - - - Unpaid employees 420 - - - - d Total employment 2005 132,203 52,332 39.6 79,871 60.4 Paid employees 131,650 52,141 39.6 79,509 60.4 Unpaid employees 553 191 34.5 362 65.5 d Total employment 2003 123,517 48,958 39.6 74,559 60.4 Paid employees 123,088 48,767 39.6 74,321 60.4 Unpaid employees 429 191 44.5 238 55.5Hotels and restaurants c Total employment 2006 141,598 - - - - Paid employees 140,102 - - - - Unpaid employees 1,496 - - - - d Total employment 2005 159,174 96,497 60.6 62,677 39.4 Paid employees 157,227 95,507 60.7 61,720 39.3 Unpaid employees 1,947 990 50.8 957 49.2 d Total employment 2003 116,808 69,415 59.4 47,393 40.6 Paid employees 115,668 68,943 59.6 46,726 40.4 Unpaid employees 1,140 473 41.5 667 58.5Real estate, renting and business activities c Total employment 2006 357,614 - - - - Paid employees 356,790 - - - - Unpaid employees 824 - - - - d Total employment 2005 325,829 216,568 66.5 109,261 33.5 Paid employees 324,776 216,044 66.5 108,732 33.5 Unpaid employees 1,053 524 49.8 529 50.2 d Total employment 2003 224,410 165,630 73.8 58,780 26.2 Paid employees 223,443 164,911 73.8 58,532 26.2 Unpaid employees 967 719 74.4 247 25.5Private education c Total employment 2006 211,531 - - - - Paid employees 208,462 - - - - Unpaid employees 3,069 - - - - d Total employment 2005 206,721 75,010 36.3 131,711 63.7 Paid employees 204,649 74,159 36.2 130,490 63.8 Unpaid employees 2,071 851 41.1 1,220 58.9 d Total employment 2003 186,406 67,364 36.1 119,042 63.9 Paid employees 184,861 66,742 36.1 118,119 63.9 Unpaid employees 1,545 622 40.3 923 59.7Health and social work c Total employment 2006 77,201 - - - - Paid employees 76,287 - - - - Unpaid employees 914 - - - - d Total employment 2005 73,472 22,754 31.0 50,718 69.0 Paid employees 72,548 22,416 30.9 50,132 69.1 Unpaid employees 924 338 36.6 586 63.4 d Total employment 2003 55,105 18,231 33.1 36,874 66.9 Paid employees 54,321 17,973 33.1 36,348 66.9 Unpaid employees 784 258 32.9 526 67.1Other community, social, and personal services c Total employment 2006 44,649 - - - - Paid employees 43,700 - - - - Unpaid employees 949 - - - - d Total employment 2005 54,278 34,090 62.8 20,188 37.2 Paid employees 52,859 33,058 62.5 19,801 37.5 Unpaid employees 1,419 1,032 72.7 387 27.3 d Total employment 2003 46,728 29,936 64.1 16,792 35.9 Paid employees 45,497 28,988 63.7 16,509 36.3 Unpaid employees 1,232 949 77.0 283 23.0
  6. 6. REFERENCE INDICATOR DATA PERIOD Both Sexes Male Female YearOVERSEAS WORKERS Number Number Percent Number Percent OVERSEAS workers, 10 years old and over by highest grade completed (Census of Population Report No.2) 2000 992,397 498,843 50.3 493,554 49.7 No grade completed 16,521 6,739 40.8 9,782 59.2 Preschool 1,295 416 32.1 879 67.9 Elementary 190,530 76,701 40.3 113,829 59.7 High school 290,171 126,000 43.4 164,171 56.6 Postsecondary 145,608 95,929 65.9 49,679 34.1 College undergraduate 187,878 103,090 54.9 84,788 45.1 Academic degree holder 121,836 70,408 57.8 51,428 42.2 Postbaccalaureate 8,692 5,018 57.7 3,674 42.3 Not stated 29,866 14,542 48.7 15,324 51.3OVERSEAS Filipino Workers, by age group (In thousands) (Survey on Overseas Filipinos) 2008 2,002 1,035 100.0 967 100.0 15 - 24 200 69 6.7 131 13.5 25 - 29 515 236 22.8 278 28.7 30 - 34 420 226 21.8 196 20.3 35 - 39 302 152 14.7 151 15.6 40 - 44 236 137 13.2 100 10.3 45 years and over 328 215 20.8 112 11.6 2007 1,747 890 100.0 857 100.0 15 - 24 175 66 7.4 109 12.7 25 - 29 428 181 20.3 247 28.8 30 - 34 362 178 20.0 183 21.3 35 - 39 285 150 16.9 135 15.7 40 - 44 192 111 12.5 81 9.5 45 years and over 306 203 22.8 103 12.0OVERSEAS Filipino Workers, by place of work (In thousands) 2008 2,002 1,034 100.0 968 100.0 Africa 30 26 2.5 5 0.5 Asia 1,566 759 73.4 806 83.3 Australia 48 33 3.2 15 1.5 Europe 188 123 11.9 65 6.7 North and South America 168 91 8.8 76 7.9 Other countries 4 2 0.2 1 0.1 Country not reported - - - - - 2007 1,749 890 100.0 857 100.0 Africa 21 18 2.0 3 0.4 Asia 1,364 651 73.1 713 83.2 Australia 33 22 2.5 10 1.2 Europe 161 99 11.1 62 7.2 North and South America 162 94 10.6 68 7.9 Other countries 5 4 0.5 1 0.1 Country not reported 2 2 0.2 * -OVERSEAS Filipino Workers, by occupation (In thousands) 2008 2,002 1,034 100.0 968 100.0 Officials of government and special-interest organizations, corporate, executives, managers, managing proprietors, and supervisors 54 40 3.9 13 1.3 Professionals 192 102 9.9 91 9.4 Technicians and associate professionals 124 78 7.5 47 4.9 Clerks 112 45 4.4 67 6.9 Service workers and shop and market sales workers 286 107 10.3 179 18.5 Farmers, forestry workers, and fishermen 12 9 0.9 2 0.2 Trade and related workers 314 293 28.3 20 2.1 Plant and machine operators and assemblers 260 240 23.2 20 2.1 Laborers and unskilled workers 649 120 11.6 529 54.7 Special occupations - - - - - 2007 1,747 890 100.0 857 100.0 Officials of government and special-interest organizations, corporate, executives, managers, managing proprietors, and supervisors 45 38 4.3 7 0.8 Professionals 150 78 8.8 72 8.4 Technicians and associate professionals 110 69 7.8 41 4.8 Clerks 98 32 3.6 65 7.6 Service workers and shop and market sales workers 250 116 13.0 135 15.8 Farmers, forestry workers, and fishermen 7 5 0.6 1 0.1 Trade and related workers 241 222 24.9 19 2.2 Plant and machine operators and assemblers 234 217 24.4 18 2.1 Laborers and unskilled workers 611 112 12.6 500 58.3 Special occupations - - - - -
  7. 7. Most Common Names Male Female 2005 2005 Joshua 7,758 Angel 4,722 John Paul 7,389 Angelica 4,385 Christian 6,747 Nicole 3,603 Justine 5,821 Angela 3,283 John Mark 4,758 Mary Joy 2,579 2004 2004 Christian 8,111 Angelica 4,133 Joshua 8,017 Angel 3,199 John Paul 7,275 Justine 2,887 John Mark 4,335 Mary Joy 2,672 John Llyod 3,687 Nicole 2,672 2003 2003 Joshua 15,469 Angelica 7,289 Christian 13,034 Mary Joy 5,368 John Paul 9,791 Nicole 5,324 Angelo 7,994 Angel 4,649 John Mark 7,551 Kyla 4,070 2002 2002 Angelo 7,024 Angelica 4,507 Christian 6,112 Angeline 3,361 John Paul 4,768 Mary Joy 2,919 John Mark 3,853 Kimberly 1,486 Jericho 463 Christine 1,304* Less than 500.** Denotes figure in the cell is less than 0.05 percent.a Difference gender not stated (9,937).b Source on NSO - 2002 Annual Survey of Philippine Business Industry.c Source on NSO - 2000 and 2006 (Preliminary) Census of Philippine Business Industry.d Source on NSO - 2003 and 2005 Annual Survey of Philippine Business Industry.p Preliminary.
  8. 8. 1,8301,025
  9. 9. 2.276295133
  10. 10. 2,008 Total Male Female 2,002 2,004 1,034 1,034 968 968 Africa 1.5 30 2.5 26 0.5 5 Asia 78.2 1,566 73.4 759 83.3 806 Australia 2.4 48 3.2 33 1.5 15 Europe 9.4 188 11.9 123 6.7 65 North and South America 8.4 168 8.8 91 7.9 76 Other countries 0.2 4 0.2 2 0.1 1 Country not reported 0.0 - 0.0 0.0 2,008 Total Male Female 2,002 2,004 1,034 1,034 968 969executives, managers, managing proprietors, and supervisors 2.7 54 3.9 40 1.3 13 Professionals 9.6 192 9.9 102 9.4 91 Technicians and associate professionals 6.2 124 7.5 78 4.9 47 Clerks 5.6 112 4.4 45 6.9 67 Service workers and shop and market sales workers 14.3 286 10.3 107 18.5 179 Farmers, forestry workers, and fishermen 0.6 12 0.9 9 0.2 2 Trade and related workers 15.7 314 28.3 293 2.1 20 Plant and machine operators and assemblers 13.0 260 23.2 240 2.1 20 Laborers and unskilled workers 32.4 649 11.6 120 54.7 529 Special occupations -

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