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LABOR MARKET INFORMATION
 provides
the most comprehensive data sets
on labor force, employment, unemployment
and underemployment; and

provides the most current or updated data
sets that describe the country’s
employment situation.
BASIC BUILDING BLOCKS OF
THE LABOR FORCE
TOTAL POPULATION
WORKING AGE POPULATION
(15 YEARS OLD & OVER)
Potential supply of labor
LABOR FORCE
(ECONOMICALLY ACTIVE)
EMPLOYED
NOT IN THE LABOR FORCE
(ECONOMICALLY INACTIVE)
UNEMPLOYED
VISIBLY UNDEREMPLOYED
UNDEREMPLOYED
(Desire to have additional hours or job)
(Less 40 hours a week)
INVISIBLY UNDEREMPLOYED
(40 or More hours a week)
Working Age Population
It refers to the population above a specified minimum
age (usually 15 years old and over) who could produce
the goods and services if there was a demand for their
labor and if they desire to participate in such activity.
also known as:
1. Potential supply of labor
2. Potential manpower/human resources
Two components:
1. economically active (or labor force)
2. economically inactive (not in the labor force)
LABOR FORCE
 Persons 15 years old and over who during the
reference period were either employed or
unemployed
Not in the Labor Force
 Persons 15 years old and over who are neither
employed
or
unemployed,
e.g.,
full-time
students, stay home housewives, retirees, etc.
3 CATEGORIES OF STATUS IN EMPLOYMENT
1. Employed
2. Unemployed
3. Not in the
labor force
persons who have worked at least one hour or
with a job but not at work during the reference
period.
persons without job, available and looking for
work during the reference period.
persons who are economically inactive.
UNDEREMPLOYED PERSONS
Employed persons who expressed the desire to
have:
 Additional hours of work in their present job; or
 Additional job; or
 A new job with longer working hours.
TYPES OF UNDEREMPLOYMENT
 Visibly Underemployed - worked less than 40
hours during the reference week.
 Invisibly Underemployed - worked 40 or more
hours during the reference week.
In Region 10, 95.7% of the Labor Force are employed
Of the 20 people aged 15
to 64 in
Northern Mindanao
19 of them are
EMPLOYED
But, of the 19, 5 of them
are UNDEREMPLOYED
and of the 5, 3 of them are
INVISIBLY UNDEREMPLOYED while
2 are VISIBLY UNDEREMPLOYED
Source: NSO
LABOR FORCE
In Jan 2013,
Region 10 Labor
force reached
2,009,000
2012 = 70%
2013 = 68.9%
Source: NSO
In 2013
1.922 million
persons were
employed in
Region 10
2013 = 95.7%
2012 = 95.4%
Source: NSO
UNEMPLOYMENT RATE
In 2013, 88
Thousand were
unemployed
2012 = 4.6%
2013 = 4.3%
Source: NSO
UNDEREMPLOYMENT
In 2013
511 Thousand were
underemployed
2012 = 28.3%
2013 = 26.6%
Source: NSO
LABOR FORCE BY GENDER
LABOR FORCE BY GENDER
Of the 10 people who were part of the
Labor force in
Northern Mindanao
6 were
MEN
817,000
41%
1,192,000
59%
Men
Women
4 were
WOMEN
EMPLOYED PERSON BY GENDER
Of the 10 people who were EMPLOYED
EMPLOYED PERSON
BY GENDER
in
Northern Mindanao
(In Thousand)
6 were
MEN
40%
769
60%
1,153
Men
Women
4 were
WOMEN
UNDEREMPLOYED PERSON
BY GENDER
Of the 20 people who were
UNDER EMPLOYED PERSON
BY GENDER
UNDEREMPLOYED in
Mindanao
13
were
MEN
184,000
36%
327,000
64%
Men
Women
7 were
WOMEN
Northern
UNEMPLOYED PERSON
BY GENDER
Of the 20 people who were UNEMPLOYED
UNDER EMPLOYED PERSON
BY GENDER
in
Northern Mindanao
12
were
MEN
33,000
38%
55,000
62%
Men
Women
8 were
WOMEN
Employment by Major Sector
(In thousand)
827
( 43%)
894
( 47%)
201
(10%)
Agriculture
Industry
Services
Source of data: National Statistics Office, Labor Force Survey
EMPLOYMENT IN AGRICULTURE
SECTOR
748,000
57,000
Agriculture, Hunting
and Forestry
Fishing
EMPLOYMENT IN INDUSTRY SECTOR
REGION-10
Electricity, Gas and Water
Supply
6,000
Mining and Quarrying
8,000
Manufacturing
Construction
87,000
100,000
Wholesale & Retail Trade, Repair of Motor Vehicles,
Motorcycles and Personal and Household Goods
375,000
Transport, Storage and Communications,
114,000
Public Administration & Defense, Compulsory Social
Security
Private Households with Employed Persons
Extra-Territorial Organizations & Bodies
99,000
Education
58,000
Real Estate, Renting and Business
Activities
Other Community, Social and
Personal Service Activities
44,000
Hotels and Restaurants
37,000
Health and Social Work
20,000
Financial Intermediation
19,000
87,000
41,000
NUMBER OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY CLASS OF
WORKER IN REGION X
58,000
3%
269,000
14%
Wage and salary
workers
Self-employed without
any paid employee
538,000
28%
1,057,000
55%
Employer in own
family-operated farm
or business
Unpaid family worker
Employed Persons by Highest Grade Completed in Region 10
No Grade
College Graduate
Completed
and Higher
1%
14%
College
Undergraduate
11%
Elementary
Undergraduate
19%
Elementary
Graduate
15%
High School
Graduate
22%
Highschool
Undergraduate
18%
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION BY MAJOR OCCUPATION, REGION 10: Jan 2013
OCCUPATION GROUP
No. of Employed (in '000)
% Share
Laborers and unskilled workers
759
39.6
Farmers, forestry workers, and fishermen
356
18.5
Officials of government and special
interest organizations,
corporate executives, managers, managing
proprietors, and supervisors
209
10.9
Service workers and shop and market
sales workers
186
9.7
Plant and machine operators and
assemblers
102
5.3
Trades and related workers
91
4.7
Clerks
82
4.3
Professionals
81
4.2
Technicians and associate professionals
44
2.2
Special occupations
13
0.6
Total
1,922
100.0
Job Vacancies, Applicants Registered
and Job Placement (1st Quarter 2012 : 2013)
28,765
25,989
25,405
+12,456
(+76%)
+10,911
(+72%)
16,309
15,078
Vacancy Solicited
+11,161
(+78%)
Applicants
Registered
Source of data: Public Employment Services Office (PESO)
14,244
Job Placement
2013
2012
Job Placement by Source, Region 10: 1st
Quarter 2013
9,711
41%
13,920,
59%
Private
Government
FIGURE 10. Distributions of Vacancies Solicited by Major
Occupation, Region 10: 1st Quarter 2013
SPECIAL OCCUPATIONS
2,016,
8%
10,250,
39%
715,
3%
859,
3%
4,046,
16%
OFFICIALS OF GOVERNMENT AND SPECIALINTEREST…,
PROFESSIONALS
TECHNICIANS AND ASSOCIATE
PROFESSIONALS
CLERKS
SERVICE WORKERS AND SHOP MARKET
SALES WORKERS
592,
2%
1,245,
5%
177,
1%
2,693
10%
3,395,
13%
FARMERS, FORESTRY WORKERS AND
FISHERMEN
TRADE AND RELATED WORKERS
PLANT AND MACHINE OPERATORS
LABORERS AND UNSKILLED WORKERS
Job Vacancies Solicited by Province,
Region 10: 1st Quarter 2013
3,813
14.6%
5,506
21%
4,283
16.4%
8,727
33.5%
1,151
4.4%
West Misor
East Misor
Camiguin
2,509
9.6%
LDN
Bukidnon
Mis-Occ
Applicants Registered by Province,
Region 10: 1st Quarter 2013
6,029
23.7%
4,109
14.2%
4,403
17.3%
7,924
31.1%
975
3%
West Misor
East Misor
Camiguin
2,610
10.2%
LDN
Bukidnon
Mis-Occ
Applicants Registered by Province,
Region 10: 1st Quarter 2013
6,029
23.7%
4,109
14.2%
4,403
17.3%
7,924
31.1%
West Misor
975
3%
East Misor Camiguin
2,610
10.2%
LDN
Bukidnon
Mis-Occ
Specific Occupation
Construction workers
Administrative Assistant
Number
2,859
2,717
Student Trainees/Assistant
Field Worker
1,692
1,150
Utility man
1,040
Factory Workers
978
Saleslady
925
Office Clerk
580
Laborers (in Mining, Const., Mftg. And Transport)
541
Security Guards
530
TOTAL
13,012
BUKIDNON TOP VACANCIES
(Local and Abroad)
Field Worker
1150
Saleslady
583
Construction Workers
541
Farm Worker
454
Factory Workers
404
Utility Man
328
Office Clerk
306
Laborer
265
Security Guards
199
WEST MISAMIS ORIENTAL TOP 10
Vacancies (Local and Abroad)
Construction Workers
Welders
Salesclerk
Marketing Staff
Food Handler
Saleslady
Cashier
Housemaid/Housekeepers
Call Center
Service Crew
TOTAL
1346
730
228
207
183
165
156
150
120
117
3,402
EAST MISAMIS ORIENTAL
TOP 10 VACANCIES (Local and Abroad)
Laborers
Factory Workers
Carpenter
Office Aide
Construction Workers
Office Clerk
Engineering Aide
Production Workers
Office Staff
Maintenance Personnel
TOTAL
784
551
332
324
301
274
242
203
171
131
3,313
MIS OCC TOP 10 VACANCIES
(Local and Abroad)
Administrative Assistant
2702
Office Aide
Utility Man
Carpenter/Mason
Laborers
Security Guards
Drivers
Housemaid/Housekeepers
90
70
61
41
35
25
21
Saleslady
Traffic Aide
18
17
TOTAL
3,080
CAMIGUIN TOP
10 JOBS (Local and Abroad)
Construction Workers
1800
Clerks
1479
Utility Man
614
Carpenter
126
Maintenance Man
76
Driver
71
Survey Aide
48
Mason
46
Nurse
45
Livestock Inspector
39
TOTAL
4,344
LANAO DEL NORTE
TOP 10 JOBS (Local and Abroad)
Security Guards
300
Sales Clerk
89
Saleslady
89
Stockman
84
Janitor
84
Grocery Wrappers
74
Lane-in-charge
74
Utility Clerk
41
Cashier
41
Service Crew
34
TOTAL
910
PESO
Applicants Placed
Malaybalay City
3034
Valencia city
1956
Manolo Fortich
1001
Maramag
798
Quezon
418
Cabanglasan
175
Baungon
167
Impasug-ong
162
Don Carlos
97
Malitbog
71
Dangcagan
25
Kibawe
20
PESO
Applicants
Placed
Panaon
1058
MOJPC
730
Oroquieta
576
Lopez Jaena
236
Plaridel
125
Ozamiz City
109
Calamba
90
OAIS
68
Tudela
60
Sapang Dalaga
16
M.U., Ozamiz City
7
PESO
Talisayan
Gingoog
APPLICANTS
PLACED
4727
1646
Salay
1400
Tagoloan
877
Claveria
437
Jasaan
407
Binuangan
286
Magsaysay
Sugbongcogon
229
139
PESO
Mambajao
Provincial Gov’t of
Camiguin
Mahinog
Sagay
Catarman
Guinsiliban
Applicants
Placed
PESO
Iligan
Lala
APPLICANTS
PLACED
831
55
Tangkal
24
Kolamabugan
15
Bacolod
15
Baroy
14
Pantao Ragat
12
Munai
8
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