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In the 1980s, the minimum pay set by the International Transport Workers' Federation for able-bodied (AB) seamen was around US00 monthly, including fringe benefits, holiday pay, and overtime pay.
From the 82,373, 20.9% (17,255) were registered as qualified ship officers, the rest were registered as qualified crewmen.
Filipino seamen are a major segment of overseas Filipino workers who contributed to the Philippine economy.
Filipino seamen are often recruited to man tankers and sea vessels from countries, including those from Denmark, North America, South America, Europe and Asia, According to the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA), the Philippines is the world’s main supplier of seamen since 1987, making the Philippines the manning capital of the world.
According to the Department of Labor and Employment of the Philippines, around 229,000 Filipino seamen were on board merchant shipping vessels around the world at any given time, In 2007, the figure of Filipino seamen overseas was 226,900.