Central Luzon is strategically located between Northern Luzon and National Capital Region. It has the highest economic growth from 2011 to 2016 at 9.5%, and is primarily driven by the manufacturing industry. Given this, many job listings are open for search in this sector, adding to the 4,126,000 of the total employment in this region. GRDP measures the economic performance and sees to it the relative contribution of Agriculture, Hunting, Forestry, and Fishing (AHFF) as the major economic industries; and the significant increase of revenue of these sectors is the major contributor to the growth rate of the economy in the region in general. Thus, remaining one of the top regional sharers to the national economy according to PSA.