Labor Productivity, By Region
Philippines: 2014 to 2015

 

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REGION

At Constant 2000 Prices

At Current Prices

2014r

2015

%
Change '14-'15

Average

2014r

2015

%
Change '14-'15

Average

PHILIPPINES
185,517
196,014
5.4
190,766
327,165
343,493
4.7
335,329
NCR
548,438
583,368
5.8
565,903
986,718
1,062,255
7.0
1,024,487
CAR
171,122
175,870
2.4
173,496
307,419
308,082
(0.2)
307,751
I
111,814
117,327
4.7
114,571
195,454
202,179
3.2
198,817
II
86,944
88,532
1.8
87,738
160,989
155,905
(3.2)
158,447
III
162,415
170,694
4.2
166,555
279,716
286,844
1.7
283,280
IV-A
241,420
256,386
5.7
248,903
395,248
405,227
2.1
400,238
IV-B
92,811
94,144
1.4
93,478
165,814
157,641
(4.9)
161,728
V
61,776
65,196
4.3
63,486
114,558
118,535
2.3
116,547
VI
88,273
95,211
7.2
91,742
158,105
171,170
7.6
164,638
VII
147,932
150,228
1.6
149,080
264,382
269,653
2.1
267,018
VIII
140,168
150,555
7.3
145,362
247,513
266,825
7.7
257,169
IX
104,516
113,384
9.0
108,950
183,468
199,303
9.1
191,386
X
133,223
142,402
7.8
137,813
241,005
259,555
8.6
250,280
XI
144,625
157,780
9.4
151,203
266,603
292,879
10.2
279,741
XII
113,426
115,772
2.6
114,599
202,324
202,712
0.7
202,518
ARMM
39,216
40,008
3.0
39,612
80,907
78,782
(1.7)
79,845
XIII
83,411
88,178
5.5
85,795
138,932
145,037
4.2
141,985

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NOTE:

1. Labor Productivity by region is measured as ratio of the Gross Domestic Product to corresponding employment.
2. Labor productivity data for 2014 were computed using average employment data of the April, July and October rounds of the Labor Force Survey (LFS) which excluded that of Leyte. For comparability, 2014 growth rates were computed using 2013 labor productivity whose employment data were the average of the April, July and October LFS rounds that also excluded that of Leyte.

3. Labor productivity data for 2015 were computed using average employment data of the January, April, July and October rounds of the LFS which excluded that of Leyte. The use of the average employment data of the four survey rounds was based on the results of the referendum conducted among members of the Inter-agency Committee on Labor and Productivity Statistics. For comparability, 2015 growth rates were computed using 2015 labor productivity whose employment data were the average of the April, July and October rounds of the LFS that also excluded Leyte.

Source data: Labor Productivity, PSA (as of 30 September 2016)   
                              

 

  Updated as of 2 November 2016