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The Manager PIA Dipolog City PRESS RELEASE July 5, 2012 _______________________________________________________________________________ NSO WILL CONDUCT 2012 2nd QUARTER LFS & FIES By: j. banua On the second week of July, 2012, the National Statistics Office will be conducting the second quarter Labor Force Survey (LFS) with the rider the Family Income and Expenditure Survey (FIES). This is a nationwide activity in order to gather data on the demographic and socio-economic characteristics of the population. The Labor Force Survey aims to provide quantitative framework for the preparation of plans and formulation of policies affecting the labor market. The Labor Force Survey is also designed to collect information on: the distribution of household population fifteen (15) years old and over by employment status, by sex and age group; distribution of employed persons by major occupation group, major industry group, class of worker, number of hours worked, highest grade completed, nature of employment by sex; distribution of underemployed persons by total hours worked; distribution of unemployed persons by age group. Other importance of the survey is to provide information as basis for the formulation of policies and programs on the creation and generation of gainful employment and livelihood opportunities; reduction of unemployment and underemployment and enhance the welfare of a working person. It also provide statistics on level and trends of employment, unemployment and underemployment. The result of this survey will be used for the projection of future human resource, it helps in the assessment of the potential human resource available and provide labor statistics profile of the population across domains and socio-economic group. Together with this Labor Force Survey is the Family Income…...

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