6 edition of Philippine Labour market outcomes and scenarios found in the catalog.
Philippine Labour market outcomes and scenarios
Dante B. Canlas
by ILO, Subregional Office for South-East Asia and the Pacific in Manila, Philippines
Written in English
|Statement||Dante B. Canlas.|
|Series||ILO Asia-Pacific working paper series -- 15|
|Contributions||International Labour Organization. Subregional Office for South-East Asia and the Pacific.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 38 p. :|
|Number of Pages||38|
|ISBN 10||9789221212935, 9789221212942|
|LC Control Number||2009316511|
Labor force. The Philippines is a country that has one of the biggest available pools of qualified workers (aged 15–64) in the world in absolute terms which ranks 13th largest in the world behind countries like Vietnam, Japan, and its people qualified for work had reached M. On its working age group's ratio to the country's total population, it ranks th at 61%. Information and Labor Markets in the Philippines by Adissertationsubmittedinpartialfulﬁllment oftherequirementsforthedegreeof DoctorofPhilosophy.
Labour market outcomes among those with low qualifications In most countries, there is a moderate-to-high employment rate of low educated young workers, especially men. connectivity; and expanded opportunities for intra-regional labor migration characterize deep market integration amid the ASEAN Economic Community. Over the past six years, the Philippines has become one of the fastest growing economies in the world due to.
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So far, the labor market app ears to be resilient, even as growth slows, driven. The labor market is segmented into “good” and “bad” jobs, with the poor working in the latter. They hold jobs that are informal, temporary or casual, and low-paid. Widespread informality means that the poor neither benefit from the minimum wage policy nor from employment protection legislation.
product (PHP12 billion in GVA compared to the Philippine’s PHP billion GDP during the period) and % of its national product (PHP12 billion in GVA compared to the PHP billion GNP).
Moreover, the hotel and restaurant industry employed about 1% (,) of the country’s 31, labor force during the same period.The labor market is segmented into good and bad jobs, with the poor working in the latter.
They hold jobs that are informal, temporary or casual, and low-paid. Widespread informality means that the poor neither benefit from the minimum wage policy nor from employment protection legislation.The revised estimates for January key employment indicators using the POPCEN-based population projection for population 15 years old and over ( million) and those in the labor force ( million), employed ( million), unemployed ( million) and population 15 years old and over who were not in the labor force ( million) were lower than the estimates computed using the.