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<ul><li><p>7/28/2019 human resources salary grade system and minimum wage rates</p><p> 1/9</p><p>PHILIPPINES CANADA UNITED KINGDOM</p><p> TOTAL POPULATION105,720,644 (July 2013estimate). It still ranks as the12th most populated country inthe world.</p><p>2012 is about103,775,002.</p><p>34.6% 0 to 14 years old(17,999,279 male and17,285,040 female)61.1% 15-64 years old(31,103,967 male and</p><p>31,097,203 female)4.3% 65 years old and over(1,876,805 male and 2,471,644female)</p><p>Population growth rate is1.873% (2012 estimate), whichmakes the Philippines ranks asthe 63rd country with highestpopulation growth rate in theworld.</p><p>Manila 11.449 million peopleDavao City 1.48 million people,</p><p>Cebu City with 845,000 peopleand Zamboanga City with827,000 people (based on 2009estimated population)</p><p>34,300,083 (July 2012 est.)</p><p>age structure</p><p>0-14 years: 15.6% (male2,740,240/female 2,605,345)15-24 years: 13% (male2,300,624/female 2,175,492)25-54 years: 41.8% (male7,267,352/female 7,087,217)55-64 years: 13.2% (male2,235,990/female 2,278,691)</p><p>65 years and over: 16.4% (male2,474,842/female 3,134,290)(2012 est.)</p><p>Population growth rate</p><p>0.784% (2012 est.)</p><p>Sex ratio</p><p>at birth: 1.06 male(s)/femaleunder 15 years: 1.05male(s)/female15-64 years: 1.02male(s)/female65 years and over: 0.79male(s)/femaletotal population: 0.98male(s)/female (2011 est.)</p><p>September 2012 a 62,262,000making the UK the worlds22nd largest country in terms ofpure num</p><p>63.2 million, an increase of 4.1million (nearly 7 per cent) sincethe 2001 Census, and 21.1million (50 per cent) since the1911 Census.bers.</p><p>0-14 years: 17.3% (male5,597,024/female 5,321,456)15-24 years: 13% (male4,198,579/female 4,024,261)25-54 years: 41.2% (male13,192,240/female 12,761,989)55-64 years: 11.6% (male3,589,996/female 3,693,553)65 years and over: 16.9%(male 4,7</p><p>Sex ratio</p><p>at birth: 1.05 male(s)/femaleunder 15 years: 1.05male(s)/female15-64 years: 1.02male(s)/female65 years and over: 0.8male(s)/femaletotal population: 0.99</p></li><li><p>7/28/2019 human resources salary grade system and minimum wage rates</p><p> 2/9</p><p> DOMESTIC PRODUCTSThe Gross Domestic Product(GDP) in Philippines was worth224.75 billion US dollars in2011. The GDP value ofPhilippines represents 0.36percent of the world economy.GDP in Philippines is reportedby the The World Bank.</p><p>Philippines' GDP gainedmomentum and grew by 2.2</p><p>percent on a seasonally adjustedbasis in the first quarter of 2013.</p><p>1736.05 billion US dollars in</p><p>2011. The GDP value of Canadarepresents 2.80 percent of theworld economy.</p><p>Canada has a total GDP ofCAD$1.72 trillion</p><p>[1] ranking 11th worldwide</p><p>[2] (down from 9th in 2010).</p><p>male(s)/female (2011 est.)</p><p>Population growth rate</p><p>0.553% (2012 est.)</p><p>worth 2431.59 billion US dollars</p><p>in 2011. The GDP value of theUnited Kingdom represents 3.92percent of the world economy</p></li><li><p>7/28/2019 human resources salary grade system and minimum wage rates</p><p> 3/9</p><p> VITAL STATISTICBirth rate</p><p>24.98 births/1,000 population(2012 est.)</p><p>Death rate</p><p>4.98 deaths/1,000 population(July 2012 est.)</p><p>Net migration rate</p><p>-1.27 migrant(s)/1,000</p><p>population (2012 est.)</p><p>Urbanization</p><p>urban population: 49% of totalpopulation (2010)rate of urbanization: 2.3%annual rate of change (2010-15est.)</p><p>Infant mortality rate</p><p>total: 18.75 deaths/1,000 livebirthsmale: 21.21 deaths/1,000 livebirthsfemale: 16.18 deaths/1,000 livebirths (2012 est.)</p><p>Birth rate</p><p>10.28 births/1,000 population(2012 est.)</p><p>Death rate</p><p>8.09 deaths/1,000 population(July 2012 est.)</p><p>Net migration rate</p><p>5.65 migrant(s)/1,000</p><p>population (2012 est.)</p><p>Urbanization</p><p>urban population: 81% of totalpopulation (2010)</p><p>rate of urbanization: 1.1%annual rate of change (2010-15est.)</p><p>Infant mortality rate</p><p>total: 4.85 deaths/1,000 livebirthsmale: 5.19 deaths/1,000 livebirthsfemale: 4.5 deaths/1,000 livebirths (2012 est.)</p><p>Birth rate</p><p>12.27 births/1,000 population(2012 est.)</p><p>Death rate</p><p>9.33 deaths/1,000 population(July 2012 est.)</p><p>Net migration rate</p><p>2.59 migrant(s)/1,000</p><p>population (2012 est.)</p><p>Urbanization</p><p>urban population: 80% of totalpopulation (2010)</p><p>rate of urbanization: 0.7%annual rate of change (2010-15est.)</p><p>Infant mortality rate</p><p>total: 4.56 deaths/1,000 livebirthsmale: 5 deaths/1,000 live birthsfemale: 4.1 deaths/1,000 livebirths (2012 est.)</p></li><li><p>7/28/2019 human resources salary grade system and minimum wage rates</p><p> 4/9</p><p> Life expectancy at birth</p><p>total population: 71.94 yearsmale: 68.99 yearsfemale: 75.03 years (2012 est.)</p><p>Total fertility rate</p><p>3.15 children born/woman(2012 est.)</p><p>HIV/AIDS - adult prevalencerate</p><p>less than 0.1% (2009 est.)</p><p>HIV/AIDS - people living withHIV/AIDS</p><p>8,700 (2009 est.)</p><p>HIV/AIDS - deaths</p><p>fewer than 200 (2009 est.)</p><p>Literacy</p><p>definition: age 15 and over canread and writetotal population: 92.6%male: 92.5%female: 92.7% (2000 census)</p><p>Life expectancy at birth</p><p>total population: 81.48 yearsmale: 78.89 yearsfemale: 84.21 years (2012 est.)</p><p>Total fertility rate</p><p>1.59 children born/woman(2012 est.)</p><p>HIV/AIDS - adult prevalencerate</p><p>0.3% (2009 est.)</p><p>HIV/AIDS - people living withHIV/AIDS</p><p>68,000 (2009 est.)</p><p>HIV/AIDS - deaths</p><p>fewer than 1,000 (2009 est.)</p><p>Literacy</p><p>definition: age 15 and over canread and writetotal population: 99%male: 99%female: 99% (2003 est.)</p><p>Life expectancy at birth</p><p>total population: 80.17 yearsmale: 78.05 yearsfemale: 82.4 years (2012 est.)</p><p>Total fertility rate</p><p>1.91 children born/woman(2012 est.)</p><p>HIV/AIDS - adult prevalencerate</p><p>0.2% (2009 est.)</p><p>HIV/AIDS - people living withHIV/AIDS</p><p>85,000 (2009 est.)</p><p>HIV/AIDS - deaths</p><p>fewer than 1,000 (2009 est.)</p><p>Literacy</p><p>definition: age 15 and over hascompleted five or more years ofschoolingtotal population: 99%male: 99%female: 99% (2003 est.)</p></li><li><p>7/28/2019 human resources salary grade system and minimum wage rates</p><p> 5/9</p><p> RATIODOCTORSNURSE</p><p>MIDWIFES</p><p>School life expectancy (primaryto tertiary education)</p><p>total: 12 yearsmale: 12 yearsfemale: 12 years (2008)</p><p>Education expenditures</p><p>2.8% of GDP (2008)</p><p>Maternal mortality rate</p><p>99 deaths/100,000 live births(2010)Children under the age of 5years underweight 20.7%(2003)</p><p>Health expenditures</p><p>3.8% of GDP (2009)</p><p>Physicians density</p><p>1.153 physicians/1,000population (2004)</p><p>School life expectancy (primaryto tertiary education)</p><p>total: 17 yearsmale: 17 yearsfemale: 17 years (2004)</p><p>Education expenditures</p><p>4.9% of GDP (2007)</p><p>Maternal mortality rate</p><p>12 deaths/100,000 live births(2010)</p><p>Health expenditures</p><p>10.9% of GDP (2009)</p><p>Physicians density</p><p>1.913 physicians/1,000population (2006)</p><p>School life expectancy (primaryto tertiary education)</p><p>total: 16 yearsmale: 16 yearsfemale: 17 years (2008)</p><p>Education expenditures</p><p>5.5% of GDP (2007)</p><p>Maternal mortality rate</p><p>12 deaths/100,000 live births(2010)</p><p>Health expenditures</p><p>9.3% of GDP (2009)</p><p>Physicians density</p><p>2.739 physicians/1,000population (2009)</p></li><li><p>7/28/2019 human resources salary grade system and minimum wage rates</p><p> 6/9</p><p> PUBLIC and PRIVATEFACILITIES</p><p>Hospital bed density</p><p>0.5 beds/1,000 population(2006)</p><p>Obesity - adult prevalence rate</p><p>4.3% (2003)</p><p>Sanitation facility access</p><p>improved:urban: 80% of population</p><p>rural: 69% of populationtotal: 76% of populationunimproved:urban: 20% of populationrural: 31% of populationtotal: 24% of population</p><p>Hospital bed density</p><p>3.4 beds/1,000 population(2008)</p><p>Obesity - adult prevalence rate</p><p>23.1% (2004)</p><p>Sanitation facility access</p><p>improved:urban: 100% of population</p><p>rural: 99% of populationtotal: 100% of populationunimproved:urban: 0% of populationrural: 1% of populationtotal: 0% of population</p><p>Hospital bed density</p><p>3.38 beds/1,000 population(2008)</p><p>Obesity - adult prevalence rate</p><p>22.7% (2002)</p><p>Sanitation facility access</p><p>improved:urban: 100% of population</p><p>rural: 100% of populationtotal: 100% of population</p></li><li><p>7/28/2019 human resources salary grade system and minimum wage rates</p><p> 7/9</p><p>Major infectious diseases</p><p>degree of risk: highfood or waterborne diseases:bacterial diarrhea, hepatitis A,</p><p>and typhoid fevervectorborne diseases: denguefever, malaria, and Japaneseencephalitiswater contact disease:leptospirosis (2009)</p><p>CONCLUTIONS</p><p>The overall level of funding allocated to health sets the boundaries that determine which services will be available to the population. This</p><p>overall level is determined partly by a countrys wealth, the proportion of national income devoted to health, and inflows of funds for</p><p>health from external partners</p><p>With very low levels of funding, countries cannot ensure universal access to even a very limited set of health services. On the other hand,</p><p>higher levels of funding might not translate into better service coverage or improved health outcomes if the resources are not used</p><p>efficiently or equitably. The two health expenditure indicators presented here do not capture aspects of efficiency, and only partially</p><p>highlight the issue of equity. However, they still provide valuable information on two of the important areas of health financing for</p><p>universal coverage.</p></li><li><p>7/28/2019 human resources salary grade system and minimum wage rates</p><p> 8/9</p><p>BEST COUNTRY</p><p>PHILIPPINES IS MY BEST COUNTRY</p><p>JUSTIFICATION</p><p>Its true that we are in the 3rd world countries but.. look at our natural resources... there are so many Untouched forest.. look at our</p><p>people.. even if there is typhoons, or tragedies we keep on smiling and we never forget to have faith in God.. we are not beautiful in</p><p>material things or wonderful attractions but we are beautiful because of the people who live in our country .</p><p>The Philippines has been in the top 10 countries since 2006 and is the only country in Asia to have closed the gender gap in both</p><p>education and health.</p><p>Theres no place like home ``</p></li><li><p>7/28/2019 human resources salary grade system and minimum wage rates</p><p> 9/9</p><p>COMPARATIVE</p><p>HEALTHCARE</p><p>PREPARED BY</p><p>GENALYN N. OBRA</p></li></ul>

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