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Work Injury Benefits

Do you know about work injury benefits in the Philippines? MyWage reports that the employer must pay 30 pesos with monthly earnings of at least 14,750 pesos, and 10 pesos with monthly wages below 14,750 pesos. These benefits extend to private-sector and domestic workers, and public-sector employees, including military personnel and fire-fighters. Learn more about the Work Injury Benefits in the Philippines

Economic Facts

  • The Philippines is the world's third-largest receiver of remittances, contributing to over 9  percent of its Gross Domestic Product. Apart from exports of goods and services, remittances are the largest foreign exchange source for the Philippines.  Take our Salary Survey and help us understand the Philippines better
  • Did you know that the Philippines is the second-largest producer of coconuts? Additionally, a Public Private Partnership (PPP) of seven corporations with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) aims to improve Philippine’s coconut supply chain by setting up the industry’s first sustainable charter. Go coconuts, take our Cost of Living survey
  • Did you know that due to limited job opportunities, many Filipinos migrate abroad in search of work? The Philippines is the largest supplier of nurses in the world. Learn more about Work and Wages in the Philippines
  • While being one of the most dynamic economies in the East Asia Pacific region, the Philippines maintained an average annual growth of 6.4% between 2010-2019. However, the real economic growth is severely impacted by the coronavirus outbreak which is likely to rebound in 2021-2022. Please take our survey on living and working in the Philippines during coronavirus now
  • Did you know that in 2020, the Philippines Gross Domestic Product (GDP) from agriculture increased by 114,653 PHP Million? The GDP from agriculture was 404,988 PHP Million in the third quarter and 519,641 PHP Million in the fourth quarter. In 2020, the overall employment in agriculture was 22.52%. Take the Philippines income survey
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