Data from government agencies PSA and DOLE were used by Rappler in this article on underemployment and unemployment in the Philippines.
MANILA, Philippines – While the number of jobseekers continue to increase, there have been fewer job vacancies in the country, government data showed.
Data from the Philippine Statistics Authority’s latest Integrated Survey on Labor and Employment (ISLE) showed that the number of job vacancies declined in 2016, while the demand forjobs increased by 12% during the same period. Read more >
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