• Eco Paper
    unemployment rate is a measure of the prevalence of unemployment and it is calculated as a percentage by dividing the number of unemployed individuals by all individuals currently in the labor force. The Philippines remains one of the most resilient economies in Southeast Asia, but such growth is neither...
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  • Philippine presidents and achievements
    for future use. Unemployment was also evident because the Americans were gradually decreasing their business in the Philippines. Achievements: Because the Philippines was still undergoing postwar reconstruction, Quirino focused on two main objectives. His first objective was to fix the economy of...
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  • robbery incidence rate
    predict the robbery incidence rate and to determine the effect of unemployment rate, inflation rate, per capita GDP, and population-to-police ratio to the robbery incidence rate in the Philippines. The researcher used Multiple Linear Regression Analysis among other regression analysis because it is a...
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  • The Philippines Amidst the Asian Financial Crisis and the Global Financial Crisis
    1997 Asian financial crisis and the latest was the global financial crisis. During those times the Philippines undergo several problems that any country would incur during a financial crisis, similar to depreciating of currency, decreasing GDP, rising of unemployment rate and other macroeconomic...
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  • Social Isue
    , the poverty incidence actually increased as a result of its population growth rate. Poverty reduction has not kept up with GDP growth rates, largely because of the high unemployment rate, high inflation rate and wide income inequality. From 2000 to 2009, the economy of Philippines grew by 3.2% on...
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  • The Current Recession
    knew it needed to expand the money supply by lowering reserve requirements at banks. In fact, the board of governors did actually reduce the reserve requirement, but not enough to have a sizable impact. And so, the country was stricken to a decade of deflation, high unemployment, and slow growth. The...
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  • Economics
    imports.   B. Unemployment Philippines Unemployment Rate The unemployment rate in Philippines was last reported at 7.00 percent in July of 2012. Historically, from 1995 until 2012, Philippines Unemployment Rate averaged 9.0 Percent reaching an all time high of 13.9 Percent in April of 2002...
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  • Monetary Aggregate Targeting vs. Inflation Targeting: the Case of the Philippines
    , this study also concentrates on the inflation rates of the Philippines under the period of the two monetary policy frameworks mentioned above, specifically from year 1993 to 2012. Moreover, this paper also covers the differences of the GDP growth rates and unemployment rates between the periods of...
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  • Article; Philippine Economy
    Philippines Economy: Booming, But Poverty and Unemployment Remain Problematic Shortly after my piece on the Philippines' continuing structural economic vulnerabilities, which generated considerable controversy and heated discussions among experts and observers alike, the country’s stock...
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  • Poverty
    placing poverty reduction at the core of development work. Philippines Level: The Arroyo administration's official development agenda focuses specifically on issues of poverty and unemployment. The key document here is the Medium-Term Philippine Development Plan (MTPDP), 2001-2004, which stresses...
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  • Latest Economic Problem of the Philippines
    to growth has to be adopted with lesser focus on foreign investors and exporters. Unemployment The official unemployment figures for the Philippines in 2011 are among the worst in Asia, higher than its South-East Asian neighbors and according to the International Labor Organization the country...
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  • Title
    Economic crisis: Skyrocketing unemployment in Asia hits women and young people hardest Unemployed workers in China at a train station, waiting to return to their rural areas.  By Reihana Mohideen [Reihana Mohideen will be a featured guest at the World at a Crossroads conference, to be held in...
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  • Human Trafficking
    . This is why human trafficking is dramatically increasing in the Philippines by the factors they face (“Human Trafficking”). Unemployment The Philippines have limited jobs to support the Filipino population. Most Families get their income from overseas. This is true is because there are very...
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  • Phillipine Problem: Population Explotion
    lead to unemployment, and those who are unemployed have nothing better to do than stay at home and procreate, this would account for the high population in least developed areas. These are some of the reasons why the Philippines is the 12th most populated country in the world...
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  • Job Satisfaction and Turnover Intentions
    Countries, Culture Dimension Rankings, and Unemployment Rates for the Year 1997 Country France Japan Philippines United States I/C #10/11 #22/23 #31 #1 UA #10/15 #7 #44 #43 Unemployment 12.4% 3.4% 8.7% 4.9% Another dimension of national culture is individualism/collectivism (I/C) and it refers to how...
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  • poverty
    translate into more jobs. Unemployment in the Philippines has been high in comparison to its neighbors, at around 7.5% to 8.0% since 2006. The Philippines have faced difficulty in job creation due to its inability to attract more foreign, direct investments. Diwa Guinigundo, who is the Central Bank...
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  • Term
    support the population, which leaves much fewer resources to improve the economy. From 2003 to 2006, even though the Philippines experienced above-average economic growth, the poverty incidence actually increased as a result of its population growth rate. Unemployment Poverty reduction has not...
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  • Iceland Review
    | 52374.9 M | Macroeconomic data of Philippines   | 2003 | 2004 | 2005 | 2006 | 2007 | Unemployment Rate | 11.40% | 11.83% | 11.35% | 7.95% | 7.33% | Inflation Rate | 2.75% | 4.11% | 8.41% | 6.73% | 3.86% | Population | 82.29 M | 83.94 M | 85.55 M | 87.12 M | 88.65 M | Exchange Rate...
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  • Term Paper
    RELATIONS Philippines Table of Contents A high rate of population growth, lack of access to land, insufficient job creation in industry, and a history of inappropriate economic policies contributed to high unemployment and underemployment and a relatively high proportion of the labor force being...
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  • Australia Economy and the Major 5 Member of Asean Economic
    means Philippines have a close economic relation with Australia 4) Thailand  Had negotiated Thailand-Australia Free Trade Agreement (TAFTA)  Current political uncertainty, foreign business confidence issues  Low unemployment rate, low labour force resource  Footwear is one of Thailand’s...
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