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Dollars sent home by Filipinos abroad grew slightly in October as land-based contract workers sent more money to their local beneficiaries, thus narrowing the year-to-date annual decline caused by the pandemic-related job losses. | @daxINQ 

BSP said personal remittances from Filipinos overseas grew by 2.5 percent to $3.044 billion in October 2020 from $2.969 billion in October 2019. | @daxINQ 

Senator Imee Marcos issued the call after the Philippine Statistics Authority recently reported that around 3.8 million Filipinos aged 15 years old and above are unemployed as of October this year. | @CMRamosINQ 

Around 3.8 million Filipinos aged 15 years old and above are unemployed as of October this year, according to the Philippine Statistics Authority. | @cgonzalesINQ 

The Philippines' unemployment rate eased to 8.7% in October, equivalent to around 3.8 million jobless Filipinos amid the coronavirus crisis.

JUST IN: PH unemployment rate at 8.7 % or 3.8 million jobless Filipinos in October. | via @wddeguzman 

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Around 3.8 million Filipinos aged 15 years old and above are unemployed as of October this year, according to the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA).

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@RalfRivas  The number of jobless Filipinos goes down in October, but the number of employed people who are still looking for extra jobs remains high.

There were 3.8 million adult Filipinos who were jobless as of October, representing an unemployment rate of 8.7 percent, the state statistics agency said on Thursday.

The number of jobless Filipinos dropped further in October to 3.3 million from 7.2M last April as the economy slowly bounces back on the back of the gradual reopening of the businesses after months of lockdowns to contain the spread of #COVID19 .

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JUST IN: PH unemployment rate at 8.7 % or 3.8 million jobless Filipinos in October. | via @wddeguzman 

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On Halloween night, October 31, Filipinos will have the chance to see the rare "Blue Moon" — if Typhoon Rolly will not spoil it, that is.

On Halloween night, October 31, Filipinos will have the chance to see the rare "Blue Moon" — if Typhoon Rolly will not spoil it, that is.

Filipinos can now go abroad for leisure starting October 21 as the government lifts the ban on non-essential outbound travel. Read:

Filipinos itching to go abroad for leisure or to reunite with loved ones may be able to do so starting October 21 with the decision of the Philippines' coronavirus task force to lift its ban on non-essential outbound travel.

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Roque: IATF lifted the restriction of non-essential outbound travel of Filipinos effective October 21. They may be allowed to leave the country subject to the submission of confirmed roundtrip tickets and adequate travel and health insurance for those traveling in tourist visas

Former COVID-19 NTF adviser Dr. Tony Leachon expressed concerns following Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque’s statement urging Filipinos to visit Boracay, which opened to tourists from areas under GCQ and MGCQ starting October 1. RELATED STORY:

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Filipinos stuck at home can get online access to over a hundred Philippine films from October 31 to November 15! 🎬

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