Labor Productivity by Region, Philippines: 2016-17

 

Labor Productivity by Region, Philippines: 2016-17

(At Constant 2000 Prices)

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REGION AND SECTOR at Constant Prices
2016 r 2017 Average % ’16-’17
Philippines 198,125 214,849 206,487                  8.4
National Capital Region 568,092 614,293 591,193                  8.1
Cordillera Administrative Region 178,920 205,921 192,421                15.1
Region I 129,415 146,061 137,738                12.9
Region II  94,162 103,015 98,589                  9.4
Region III  176,388 198,896 187,642                12.8
Region IVA  239,975 251,050 245,512                  4.6
Region IVB 100,186 106,839 103,512                  6.6
Region V 70,384 74,841 72,613                  6.3
Region VI 100,863 112,479 106,671                11.5
Region VII 162,232 170,962 166,597                  5.4
Region VIII 95,872 98,239 97,055                  2.5
Region IX  107,056 117,399 112,227                  9.7
Region X  152,172 164,298 158,235                  8.0
Region XI  165,380 180,213 172,796                  9.0
Region XII  114,985 125,121 120,053                  8.8
Caraga 90,711 94,481 92,596                  4.2
Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao 44,563 52,978 48,771                18.9

 

Notes:

1. GRDP data based on updated 1993/2008 SNA available starting 2009.

2. Regional labor productivity is defined as GRDP per employed person in the region.

3. Labor productivity data for 2014 were computed using the average of April, July and October employment data which excluded Leyte province.

For comparability, the 2014 growth rates were computed using the 2013 labor productivity data whose employment data was the average of April, July and October which excluded Leyte province.

4. 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.

5. 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.

6. 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.

7. 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.

Sources of basic data: Philippine Statistics Authority, National Accounts of the Philippines and Labor Force Survey.

https://psa.gov.ph/labor-productivity

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