Tameny Co., Ltd. Married women in their 20s to 40s raising children, the reason for working is “to connect w ith society”

Tameny Inc.
Married women in their 20s to 40s raising children say their reason for working is “to connect with society”
-Both wives and husbands feel uneasy and dissatisfied with changing the way they work for housework and childcare-

Tameny Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo, President: Kenjo Kurisawa, Securities Code: Tokyo Stock Exchange Growth 6181) conducted a questionnaire on 2,260 married men and women aged 20 to 49 on “economic problems at home.” We have conducted a survey.
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-Survey Background-
On October 1st, a system called “Postpartum Papa Childcare Leave” was launched to make it easier for husbands to take childcare leave after giving birth. The idea that the husband should work outside and the wife should take care of the home is now a thing of the past. An increasing number of women continue to work after marriage and childbirth, and it is becoming common for husbands to also participate in child-rearing as fathers. It’s not uncommon these days to see men in suits taking their children to and from nursery school. Also, from October, the scope of social insurance coverage for part-time employees has been expanded. Part-time employees who will be covered and will be required to pay insurance premiums will need to review their work styles according to their household circumstances. It seems that there are not only benefits for those who work while supporting the family such as housework and childcare. In this way, the working environment surrounding families, especially those of the
child-rearing generation, continues to change at a dizzying pace. According to a survey by the Statistics Bureau of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, the proportion of dual-income households accounted for 66.2% in 2019, an increase of 23.9 points over the past 30 years compared to 42.3% in 1989.
However, in dual-income households, the burden of housework and childcare tends to be disproportionately borne by women. How do women who continue to work think about their careers? We asked married men and women in their 20s to 40s about their reasons for working and career changes such as marriage, childbirth, and childcare.
Married people in their 20s to 40s with children, 87.0% of men are “full-time employees” and 43.1% of women are “no salary income” We surveyed 2,260 married men and women between the ages of 20 and 49 about their current employment status.
96.4% of working men and 56.9% of women are working, of which 87.0% are men and 23.9% are women who are “full-time employees”.
For women, non-regular employment such as “contract/temporary employees” (4.2%) and “part-time workers” (26.3%) accounted for 30.5%. Non-regular employment for men was 3.8%.
3.6% of men and 43.1% of women said they had no salary income, such as full-time househusbands and housewives. According to the Labor Force Survey by the Statistics Bureau of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, dual-income households accounted for 66.2% in 2019. Since this survey mainly targets people aged 20 to 49 who are raising children, it is thought that the percentage of women who are not working is higher than in the survey as a whole.
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Over 60% of both men and women who are married in their 20s to 40s work for economic reasons. For women, “to connect with society” was the second most common response (20.4%).
When we asked married men and women who are currently working why they are currently working, over 60% of both men and women answered that it was for financial reasons.
Looking at women, 20.4% said “to connect with society”. It may be that women have a stronger desire to be connected to society and to work for that purpose, due to the experience of being temporarily separated from society, such as taking maternity leave or childcare leave, or going home to do housework or childcare. Hmm.
On the other hand, males were more likely than females to choose “to advance their careers” (15.4%) and “to achieve self-fulfillment and growth” (15.2%). For men, who tend to be required to continue working more than women, it is likely that their own career development will become more important.
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Both men and women feel uneasy and dissatisfied with changing their working style for housework and childcare
We asked them if they were worried or dissatisfied about changing their working style, such as taking childcare leave or shortening working hours for housework and childcare, or choosing to become a part-timer, stay-at-home husband, or housewife.
It was found that 50.0% of women, including “anxiety and
dissatisfaction” (16.5%), “anxiety” (25.9%), and “dissatisfaction” (7.6%), felt anxious and dissatisfied. rice field.
Among men, 44.3%, including “anxiety and dissatisfaction” (13.2%), “anxiety” (22.2%), and “dissatisfaction” (8.9%), feel anxious and dissatisfied. Although the number of men taking childcare leave is increasing, depending on the workplace, there may still be an atmosphere where it is difficult to take it, and there may be many cases where there are many cases where there are concerns about the treatment after returning to the workplace because there are few role models.
“Anxiety and dissatisfaction” (male: 13.2%, female: 16.5%) and “anxiety” (male: 22.2%, female: 25.9%) were higher for both items among females. .
In addition, 21.4% of men and 17.1% of women answered that they were “not worried or dissatisfied.”
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Survey on “Family Economic Problems”
Survey method: Internet survey
Survey target: 2,250 unmarried men and women aged 20 to 49
Number of valid responses (number of samples): 2,260
Aggregation period: September 20-27, 2022
Research agency: In-house research
*The figures for each item are rounded off to the second decimal place, so the total for each item may not add up to 100%.

– Tameny Co., Ltd. Company Profile –
Trade name: Tameny Inc.
Securities code: Tokyo Stock Exchange Growth 6181
Representative: Kenjo Kurisawa, President and Representative Director Business start: September 2006
Location: 3rd floor, Imas Osaki Building, 1-20-3 Osaki, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo URL: https://tameny.jp/
-Matchmaking area-
・ Marriage agency “Partner Agent”
・ Matchmaking party “Partner Agent Party”
・ Matchmaking party “OTOCON”
・ App-complete marriage agency “Partner Agent App”
・Matching app “Sumakon Date”
-Casual wedding area-
・Wedding Produce “Sumakon”
・ Produced after the wedding ceremony “Nijikai-kun”
・Produce small wedding ceremony “Emopa!”
・Wedding photo “studio LUMINOUS”
・ Wedding dress “LUMINOUS Dressing”
・Bridal jewelry “LUMINOUS Les Bijoux”
-Tech area-
・ CONNECT-ship, a mutual introduction platform for members between marriage-hunting businesses
・Marriage agency federation “Katsukatsu Alliance Partners”
・Corporate matchmaking support system
-Lifestyle area-
・Insurance agency “Tameny x Insurance Clinic”
・Post-marriage support service “Anniversary Club”
-Area for corporations and local governments-
・ Matchmaking support for local governments
・Corporate event production “Evemon”
·Video production
[Inquiries regarding this matter]
Tameny Co., Ltd. Public Relations: Hirata
TEL: 03-5759-2700 FAX: 03-5759-2701
Mail: public@tameny.jp
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