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An Update of NSO's Gender Statistics
As of October 2000
 

Demography  |  Vital Statistics   |  Labor/Employment  |  Population Rate Per Region  |  Projected Population

INDICATOR

REFERENCE
PERIOD

DATA

    Both Sexes Male Female
  Year Number Number Percent Number Percent
DEMOGRAPHY (Source: 1995 Census of Population)            
Total Population 1995 68,616,536 34,584,170 50.4 34,032,366 49.6

0 - 4 years

  9,362,118 4,827,268 51.6 4,534,850 48.4

5 - 9 years

  8,893,430 4,566,569 51.3 4,326,861 48.7

10 - 14 years

  8,040,658 4,081,676 50.8 3,958,982 49.2

15 - 19 years

  7,465,451 3,726,799 49.9 3,738,652 50.1

20 - 24 years

  6,270,557 3,119,589 49.7 3,150,968 50.3

25 - 29 years

  5,752,631 2,879,753 50.1 2,872,878 49.9

30 - 34 years

  4,861,116 2,454,570 50.5 2,406,546 49.5

35 - 39 years

  4,318,168 2,195,627 50.8 2,122,541 49.2

40 - 44 years

  3,402,813 1,729,637 50.8 1,673,176 49.2

45 - 49 years

  2,734,379 1,384,973 50.7 1,349,406 49.3

50 - 54 years

  2,063,363 1,032,912 50.1 1,030,451 49.9

55 - 59 years

  1,715,069 844,164 49.2 870,905 50.8

60 - 64 years

  1,322,088 641,970 48.6 680,118 51.4

65 - 69 years

  955,878 448,557 46.9 507,321 53.1

70 - 74 years

  654,459 299,990 45.8 354,469 54.2

75 - 79 years

  410,024 184,175 44.9 225,849 55.1

80 and over

  394,334 165,941 42.1 228,393 57.9
             
Sex Ratio (number of males per 100 females) 1995 - - 100.7   100.0
  1990 - - 101.1   100.0
             
Marital Status, Population 10 Years Old and Over 1995 50,358,679 25,189,345 50.1 25,169,334 49.9
Total Population 10 years old and over 1990 44,031,135 21,975,262 49.9 22,055,873 50.1
             

Single

1995 22,994,722 12,119,771 52.7 10,874,951 47.3
  1990 20,511,276 10,778,990 52.6 9,732,286 47.5
             

Legally Married

1995 24,129,672 12,032,447 49.8 12,097,225 50.1
  1990 21,428,785 10,652,383 49.7 10,776,402 50.3
             

Widowed

1995 1,943,190 458,666 23.6 1,484,524 76.4
  1990 1,689,159 396,439 23.5 1,292,720 76.5
             

Separated or Divorced

1995 332,729 113,358 34.1 219,371 65.9
  1990 280,136 93,695 33.4 186,441 66.6
             

Common law or Live-in

1995 887,399 435,212 49.0 452,187 51.0
             
Elderly Population (65 Years Old and Over) 1995 2,414,695 1,098,663 45.5 1,316,032 54.5
  1990 2,060,086 949,509 46.1 1,110,577 53.9
             
Projected Population 10 Years Old and Over 2015 99,015,818 49,767,775 50.3 49,248,043 49.7
(Medium Assumption) 2005 84,241,341 42,401,391 50.3 41,839,950 49.7
(Source: 1995-Census Based Population Projections ) 2000 76,348,114 38,452,927 50.3 37,895,187 49.7
             
Literacy Rates of the Population 10 Years Old and Over

1994 (FLEMMS)

93.9 - 93.7 - 94.0
(Literacy is defined as the ability to read and write a simple message

1990 (CPH)

93.5 - 93.7 - 93.4
in any language or dialect) 1980 (CPH) 82.7 - 82.8 - 82.6
             
Disabled Persons by Type of Disability 1995 919,292 469,847 51.1 449,445 48.9
(Source: 1995 Census of Population)            

Total blindness

  31,075 14,977 48.2 16,098 51.8

Partial blindness

  79,193 41,718 52.7 37,475 47.3

Low vision

  313,427 131,780 42.0 181,647 58.0

Total deafness

  23,014 12,103 52.6 10,911 47.4

Partial deafness

  69,570 36,497 52.5 33,073 47.5

Poor hearing ability

  22,791 11,374 49.9 11,417 50.1

Muteness

  35,948 19,403 54.0 16,545 46.0

Speech defect

  38,342 20,831 54.3 17,511 45.7

Loss of one or both arms/hands

  11,553 8,825 76.4 2,728 23.6

Loss of one or both legs/feet

  12,654 8,990 71.0 3,664 29.0

Paralysis of one or both arms

  14,615 9,771 66.9 4,844 33.1

Paralysis of one or both legs

  58,446 36,191 61.9 22,255 38.1

Paralysis of one arm and one leg

  31,907 19,737 61.9 12,170 38.1

Paralysis of all four limbs

  10,841 6,250 57.7 4,591 42.3

Mental retardation

  55,041 29,589 53.8 25,452 46.2

Mental illness

  38,675 20,357 52.6 18,318 47.4

Others

  72,200 41,454 57.4 30,746 42.6
VITAL STATISTICS (Source: Vital Statistics Reports)            
             
Registered Number of Live Births 1998 1,595,257 823,761 51.6 771,496 48.4
  1997 1,651,851 859,104 52.0 792,747 48.0
             
Registered Number of Deaths 1997 344,363 204,363 59.3 140,000 40.7
  1995 324,737 193,048 59.4 131,689 40.6
             
Life Expectancy at Birth (in years) 2000-2005 69.7 - 67.08 - 72.3
(Source: Population Projections 1995 based) 2005-2010 71.2 - 68.58 - 73.8
  2010-2015 72.4 - 69.78 - 75.0
             
LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT
(Source: Labor Force Survey)
           
             
Household Population 15 Years Old and Over July 1999 48,332 25,064 51.9 24,268 50.2
  Jan. 2000 48,945 24,370 49.8 24,575 50.2
  July 2000 49,567 24,615 49.7 24,953 50.3
             
Labor Force            
Employed July 1999 29,055 18,073 62.2 10,981 37.8
  Jan. 2000 28,895 18,033 62.4 10,862 37.6
  July 2000 28,178 17,636 62.6 10,542 37.4
             
Unemployed July 1999 2,658 1,641 61.7 1,018 38.3
  Jan. 2000 2,953 1,861 63.0 1,092 37.0
  July 2000 3,510 2,155 61.4 1,355 38.6
             
Labor Force Participation Rate July 1999 65.6 - 81.9 - 49.4
  Jan. 2000 65.1 - 81.8 - 47.5
  July 2000 63.9 - 80.4 - 47.7
             
Employment Rate July 1999 91.6 - 91.7 - 91.5
  Jan. 2000 90.7 - 90.6 - 90.9
  July 2000 88.9 - 89.1 - 88.6
             
Underemployment Rate July 1999 22.3 - 25.0 - 17.7
  Jan. 2000 21.2 - 24.0 - 16.6
  July 2000 21.4 - 23.5 - 17.8
             
Visible Underemployment Rate July 1999 12.0 - 12.6 - 10.9
  Jan. 2000 11.7 - 12.6 - 10.1
  July 2000 10.2 - 10.5 - 9.8
             
Unemployment Rate July 1999 8.4 - 8.3 - 8.5
  Jan. 2000 9.3 - 9.4 - 9.1
  July 2000 11.1 - 10.9 - 11.4
             

 

Population Rate Per Region
As of  September 1995

Population
Rate
per Regions
Percentage
Growth Rate
Annually
Registered the
Largest Population
in the region
Registered the
Smallest Population
in the region
NCR (National Capital Region) 9,454,040 3.30% Quezon City Pateros
CAR (Cordillera Administrative Region) 1,254,838 1.71% Benguet Apayao
Region I (Ilocos) 3,803,890 1.30% Pangasinan Ilocos Norte
Region II (Cagayan) 2,536,035 1.51% Isabela Batanes
Region III (Central Luzon) 6,932,570 2.12% Bulacan Bataan
Region IV (Southern Luzon) 9,943,096 3.53% Batangas Aurora
Region V (Bicol) 4,325,307 1.91% Camarines Sur Catanduanes
Region VI (Western Visayas) 5,776,938 1.30% Negros Occidental Guimaras
Region VII (Central Visayas) 5,014,588 1.65% Cebu Siquijor
Region VIII (Eastern Visayas) 3,366,917 1.84% Leyte Biliran
Region IX (Western Mindanao) 2,794,659 2.42% Zamboanga
del Sur
Basilan
Region X (Northern Mindanao) 2,483,272 2.32% Misamis Oriental Camiguin
Region XI (Southern Mindanao) 4,604,158 2.72% Davao del Sur Davao Oriental
Region XII (Central Mindanao) 2,359,808 2.66% Cotabato Marawi
ARMM (Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao) 2,020,903 1.80% Maguindanao Tawi-Tawi
CARAGA 1,942,687 1.82% Agusan del Sur Surigao del Norte
 

Summary of Projected Population by Five-Year Interval,
Philippines: 2000-2040

Sex

2000 2005 2010 2015
Low Assumption

Male

38,026,985 41,303,083 44,208,674 46,922,496

Female

37,478,076 40,776,265 43,731,497 46,517,778

Both Sexes

75,505,061 82,079,348 87,940,171 93,440,274
Medium Assumption

Male

38,443,365 42,393,739 46,206,353 49,765,775

Female

37,876,761 41,821,008 45,644,913 49,241,801

Both Sexes

76,320,126 84,214,747 91,851,266 99,007,576
High Assumption

Male

38,665,989 42,992,104 47,333,739 51,576,402

Female

38,089,925 42,394,157 46,724,635 50,975,546

Both Sexes

76,755,914 85,386,261 94,058,374 102,551,948

... see more details                                            source: www.census.gov.ph/data/sectordata/datapop.html as of September 1, 1995

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