Labor Productivity, By Region
Philippines: 2015 to 2016

 

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REGION

At Constant 2000 Prices

At Current Prices

2015r

2016r

%
Change 15-16*

Average

2015r

2016r

%
Change 15-16*

Average

PHILIPPINES 196,179 198,215 2.2 197,197 343,874 353,206 3.8 348,540
NCR 583,029 568,329 (1.9) 575,679 1,061,363 1,053,938 (0.1) 1,057,651
CAR 176,348 178,631 0.9 177,490 309,069 317,150 2.2 313,110
I 117,765 129,380 9.1 123,573 203,127 226,694 10.8 214,911
II 88,918 93,705 3.2 91,311 156,635 169,355 5.9 162,995
III 171,193 176,426 2.8 173,810 287,762 297,622 3.2 292,692
IV-A 256,106 240,013 (5.8) 248,059 405,024 376,921 (6.5) 390,973
IV-B 94,335 100,287 7.0 97,311 158,062 168,388 7.2 163,225
V 65,507 70,516 8.2 68,012 119,157 131,823 11.2 125,490
VI 95,619 101,031 4.2 98,325 172,067 186,203 6.7 179,135
VII 150,202 162,407 6.1 156,304 269,724 299,013 8.8 284,369
VIII 151,558 96,172 9.3 123,865 268,956 174,577 11.8 221,767
IX 113,902 107,213 (7.2) 110,558 200,295 191,851 (5.6) 196,073
X 142,669 152,419 3.6 147,544 260,256 288,256 7.4 274,256
XI 158,136 165,189 3.4 161,663 293,613 317,759 7.1 305,686
XII 115,708 115,049 (3.4) 115,379 202,711 208,626 * 205,669
ARMM 40,177 44,520 4.4 42,349 79,091 91,168 8.6 85,130
XIII 88,450 91,178 3.1 89,814 145,639 154,355 6.0 149,997

NOTE:

1.

Labor productivity data for 2015 were computed based on the annualized LFS data using the average of January, April, July and October employment data which excluded Leyte province.

The use of the annualized LFS data using the four survey rounds was based on the result of the referendum among members of the Inter-Agency Committee on Labor and Productivity Statistics.

For comparability, the 2015 growth rates were computed using the average of the 2015 April, July and October employment data which excluded Leyte province.

2.

Starting April 2016 round, the LFS adopted the 2013 Master Sample and population projections based on the 2010 Census of Population.

Previous survey rounds adopted the 2003 Master Sample and population projections based on the 2000 CPH.

3.

Labor productivity data for 2016 were computed using the average of the four survey rounds employment data with the January 2016 data based on the 2010 Census-based population projections.

4.

For comparability, the 2016 growth rates were computed using the average of July and October employment data for 2015 and 2016.

* = Less than 0.05 percent.
r = Revised figures.
Source data: Labor Productivity, PSA (as of 29 September 2017)

Updated as of 24 November 2017