July 5, 2016

There had been 556,702 Registered Nurses in the Philippines in the last 18 years , from April 1996 to May 2014. That's the number of passers in the country's nursing board exams , officially called the Nurse Licensure Exams (NLE) .

There were a total of 1,311,708 exam t...

March 5, 2016

Yes, nowadays, hiring PT's or OT's (when we say PTs in this article, we also mean Occupational Therapists) for the U.S., and for that matter, other countries, is 20 times more difficult than hiring Filipino nurses. There are 3 major reasons why this is so:

1.  There are...

January 16, 2015

If you take all the NLE (Nurse Licensure Exams) data from 2000 to 2008 (click here for data), you will find out that there had been 224,977 registered nurses for that 8 year-period.  Where have these RN's all gone?

They couldn't have been all employed by the Philip...

January 4, 2013

The lowest passing rate (number of passers divided by number of takers) in the Philippine Nursing Licensure Exam (NLE) in the last 18 years has been the one held in December 2013. The passing rate was 30.9% (10,977 passers vs. 35,475 total takers). the lowest since the...

December 23, 2009

The November 2009 Philippines’ Nursing Licensure Exams (NLE) has established many records of sorts, as follows:

1.  It has the most number of takers, 94,462 of them, in the history of the NLE. The next highest number of takers was in the NLE of December 2008, when 88,64...

February 5, 2009

Saudi Arabia is still the top destination for Filipino workers in 2008. There were 275, 933 workers both new hires and rehires, who were deployed to the Kingdom last year.

Saudi Arabia is followed by UAE, which also registered the highest incerease in 2008, compared wit...

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