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23 September 2019
In first semester of 2018, a family of five needed no less than PhP 7,512, on the average, to meet the family’s basic food needs for a month in Ilocos Region. This amount is the food threshold. On the other hand, no less than PhP 10,684, on the average, was needed to meet both basic food and non-food needs of a family of five in a month in the region. This amount is the poverty threshold. These are 13.7 percent and 12.6 percent higher compared with the food and poverty thresholds respectively in first semester of 2015.Read more about Proportion of Poor Filipinos in Ilocos Region registered at 11.8 percent in First Semester of 2018

 

20 September 2019
The Philippine Statistics Authority – Regional Statistical Services Office I (PSA-RSSO I) conducts the second level training on systems for the generation of Consumer Price Index (CPI) on September 17 to 19, 2019 at Marand Resort and Spa, Baccuit Sur, Bauang, La Union. The main purpose of the training is to discuss and demonstrate the four systems to the personnel involved in the collection and generation of CPI in the region.Read more about PSA - RSSO I conducts the Second Level Training on Systems for the Generation of CPI

 

12 September 2019
The preliminary results of the Annual Labor and Employment Estimates for 2018 based on the average of the four Labor Force Survey rounds (January, April, July and October) reported an annual labor force participation of 61.7 percent out of 3.5 million population 15 years old and over in Ilocos Region. This is equivalent to about 2.2 million economically active population comprising of either employed or unemployed persons.Read more about Ilocos Region’s employment rate estimated at 93.2% in 2018

 

30 August 2019
The number of registered live births in Ilocos Region during the second quarter of 2019 summed up to 23,018, a slight increase of 1.5 percent compared to 22,668 births on the same period of 2018. The daily average birth occurrence during the second quarter of 2019 was computed at 253 births or an average of 10 babies born per hour. The month of May 2019 was observed to have the highest average daily births at 272 babies. While in second quarter of 2018, the month of April registered the highest daily average birth with 254 babies.Read more about Vital Statistics of Ilocos Region for 2nd Quarter 2019

 

8 August 2019
The Philippine Statistics Authority – Regional Statistical Services Office I (PSA-RSSO I) conducts the second level training on 2019 Integrated Census Map Updating Activity on July 29 to August 10, 2019 at Dagupan Village Hotel, Lucao District, City of Dagupan, Pangasinan. The main purpose of this activity is to train the personnel involved on the processes in the creation of accurate and reliable Enumeration Area (EA) maps and the creation of the final Enumeration Area Reference File (EARF) to be used in the 2020 Census of Population and Housing (CPH).Read more about PSA-RSSO I conducts 2nd Level Training on 2019 Integrated Census Map Updating Activity

 

1 August 2019
CALL FOR APPLICANTS FOR VACANT POSITIONS PSA CENTRAL AND FIELD OFFICES Posting Period: August 1 – August 21, 2019 Filing Period: August 1 – August 21, 2019, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM (except Saturdays and SundaysRead more about CALL FOR APPLICANTS FOR VACANT POSITIONS PSA CENTRAL AND FIELD OFFICES

 

5 July 2019
The Philippine Statistics Authority Regional Statistical Services Office I (PSA-RSSO I) will conduct the July 2019 Labor Force Survey (LFS) together with the 2019 Annual Poverty Indicators Survey (APIS) on July 8 to 31, 2019. About 1,580 randomly selected sample housing units, deemed sufficient to generate regional estimates, will be visited in Ilocos Region by 20 hired Statistical Researchers (SRs) and eight regular field personnel who will act as Team Supervisors (TS) from July 8 to 31, 2019 using the Computer Aided Personal Interview (CAPI) both for the LFS and APIS.Read more about PSA Ilocos Region conducts quarterly labor force, annual poverty indicators surveys

 

28 June 2019
Approved building permits in first quarter 2019 totaled to 3,349. Of the total construction projects, 2,269 or 67.8 percent were residential-type buildings, 522 or 15.6 percent were non-residential and 558 or 16.7 percent were additions, alterations and repair constructions. Read more about Construction Statistics from Approved Building Permits: First Quarter 2019: Ilocos Region (Preliminary Results)

 

27 June 2019
The Consumer Price Index (CPI) of Ilocos Region for April 2019 (2012-based) was recorded at 118.2. This figure is 4.1 percentage points higher than the April 2018’s figure of 114.1. In the previous month, the region’s CPI was the same with the current CPI. The top three commodity groups that recorded high price indices were: alcoholic beverages and tobacco (182.6); food and non-alcoholic beverages (124.6); and furnishings, household equipment and routine maintenance of the house (122.9). Read more about Ilocos Region’s CPI posted at 118.2 in April 2019

 

27 June 2019
The results of the July 2018 Labor Force Survey (LFS) showed an employment rate of 93.5 percent for Ilocos Region. This was 1.7 percentage points higher than the employment rate recorded in July 2017 at 91.8 percent. Compared with the 94.6 percent national figure, Ilocos Region’s employment rate was lower by 1.1 percentage points.Read more about Ilocos Region’s employment rate estimated at 93.5% in July 2018

 

27 June 2019
The Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA), in collaboration with the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP), conducts the July 2019 Consumer Expectations Survey (CES) enumeration on July 1 to13, 2019. The CES is a household-based survey on consumers’ assessment of their family income, financial situation, and the economic condition of the country. It is a complementary survey to the Business Expectations Survey (BES) of the BSP. The PSA’s responsibility is to undertake the data collection and encoding of the questionnaires while the generation of tables and analysis of the results are done by the BSP.Read more about PSA conducts July 2019 Consumer Expectations Survey

 

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