Filipinos in Singapore consist of citizens from the Philippines residing in Singapore, and sometimes, it is also used to refer to Singaporean citizens born in the Philippines or with Filipino ancestors.
As of 2007, an estimated 80,000 work as domestic helpers, with another 12,000 in the information technology industry. This marks a slight rise from 1995, when roughly 75,000 domestic helpers from the Philippines were estimated to be working in Singapore. In recent years they have seen professional diversification, with others working as nurses, bank clerks, sales assistants in department stores, or entertainers. However, of those, only 27,000 were registered to vote in Filipino elections.
Aside from residents, roughly 460,000 Filipino tourists came to Singapore in 2008.
By 2014, over 170,000 Filipinos resided in Singapore. Many worked in professional positions and Singaporeans perceived them as competitors for employment. That year, a Google Blogger account appeared, giving suggestions on how to harass Filipinos in Singapore. This account was deleted by Google.