Intertour 23-24 graduates communication survey with recruiters 73.5% increase their aspirations due to the influence of recruiters. Communicate easily with LINE. Ideally, same-sex employees who have been with the company for 2 to 7 years and who

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[23-24 graduates communication survey with recruiters] 73.5% increase their aspirations due to the influence of recruiters. Communicate easily with LINE. Ideally, same-sex employees who have been with the company for 2 to 7 years and who have the same desired department and job type.
“Communication survey with recruiters for 23rd and 24th university students” conducted in November 2022 Intertour Co., Ltd.

Intertour Co., Ltd. (Representative: Masahiro Sakuma, Headquarters: Hamamatsucho, Minato-ku, Tokyo), a Camcom Group company that solves social issues related to “working” through business, is a survey of 23-24 graduate students. The results of the “Communication Survey with Recruiters” have been announced.
In the same survey, we conducted an awareness survey on communication with recruiters, targeting students who graduated from 23 to 24 years old.
Recruiter system is a recruitment method mainly adopted by major companies. By hiring recruiters, companies can secure excellent students at an early stage, and students can learn first-hand information about companies. And it is said that there is a win-win effect, such as preventing mismatches as an advantage for both parties. The key to successfully recruiting recruiters is to “stand by the student’s point of view” and “get close to the student.” In this survey, we asked students who graduated from 23 to 24 about the characteristics of the recruiters they actually had, what they liked/disliked about recruiters, and the image of the ideal recruiter, and compiled the data into data.
More than 73% of job-hunting students answered that their aspirations increased as a recruiter!
“Dissatisfaction”, “Method of Contact”, and “Ideal Recruiter Image” for Recruiters
Thorough investigation! !
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Recruiter system is a recruitment method mainly adopted by major companies. By hiring recruiters, companies can secure excellent students at an early stage, and students can learn first-hand information about companies. And it is said that there is a win-win effect, such as preventing mismatches as an advantage for both parties. The key to successfully recruiting recruiters is to “stand by the student’s point of view” and “get close to the student.” In this survey, we asked students who graduated from 23 to 24 about the characteristics of the recruiters they actually had, what they liked/disliked about recruiters, and the image of the ideal recruiter, and compiled the data into data.
Key points of the survey results
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● Half of the students had a recruiter after the internship, and 74.0% said they were the same person all the time.
● Few requests to change recruiters
● 44.6% of recruiters are in their 2nd or 3rd year, often recruiting young same-sex employees
● Evaluated points are divided for each communication method, such as the ease of use of LINE, the formality of emails, and the ease of communication in face-to-face communication.
● What was good to hear from the recruiter was “company atmosphere”, “specific work content”, and “career after joining the company” ● There are few complaints about recruiters, but there are some complaints such as “Information is hidden” and “Only good points are spoken”.
● 73.5% of students increased their aspirations through communication with recruiters
● There is a strong tendency to “focus on career” and “want to know the atmosphere in the company”
Survey outline
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“Communication survey with recruiters for 23/24 graduates”
Research agency: Intertour Co., Ltd.
Survey target: 23rd and 24th university students
Survey population: 13,269 (11,767 humanities students, 1,502 science students) Number of responses: 792 (23 graduates 244, 24 graduates 548) Survey method: Web questionnaire via “Intertour” My Page or SNS Survey period: November 14, 2022 to November 21, 2022
Communication survey with recruiters for 23/24 graduates Question structure

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Question 1. Have you ever been recruited by a recruiter when you were looking for a job?
● Questions for people with recruiters
Question 2. When did you start recruiting?
Question 3. Was the recruiter who was with you the same person all the time? Question 4. Have you ever wanted to change the recruiter that was attached to you?
Question 5. Please explain why you answered question 4.
Question 6. Please tell us the gender of the recruiter you actually had. Question 7. Please tell us the year of the recruiter you actually had. Question 8. Which method do you use to communicate with recruiters? (multiple answers)
Question 9. Which is the easiest way to communicate with recruiters? Question 10. Please explain why you answered question 9.
Question 11.Is there anything that you were glad to hear from the recruiter or that you were glad to have them do it for you? (multiple answers)
Question 12.Others-Please tell us if there was anything you were glad to hear from the recruiter, or if there was anything you were glad to have done.
Question 13.Is there anything you didn’t like about being asked by a recruiter? (multiple answers)
Question 14.Others-Please tell us if there was anything you didn’t like about being asked by a recruiter.
Question 15. Did the communication with the recruiter influence your subsequent decision?
Questions about the ideal recruiter
Question 16. Please tell us the gender of your ideal recruiter. Question 17. Please tell us the age of your ideal recruiter. Question 18.Among the elements you look for in a recruiter, are there any elements that you place particular importance on?
Question 19. Other than the above, are there any other elements that you would like recruiters to have?
● Questions for those who do not have a recruiter
Question 20.Among the elements you look for in a recruiter, are there any elements that you place particular importance on? (multiple answers)
In this survey, we asked 23rd and 24th graduates about their communication with recruiters (senior employees and other people in charge of personnel and recruitment) during their job hunting activities, and summarized their trends. We asked about recruiter attributes, communication methods and content, and their impact on aspirations.
25.8% have had contact with recruiters
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In question 1, we asked whether or not they had experience of being recruited by a recruiter during their job hunting. 25.8% of the total, including 23 graduates who have mostly finished job hunting and 24 graduates who are currently job hunting, have had contact with recruiters.
“LINE” is the most preferred method of communication with recruiters

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In question 9, we asked about the easiest communication method to use. After all, “LINE” was the most popular at 42.6%, far exceeding the other options.
What was good to ask the recruiter was “company atmosphere”, “specific work content”, “career after joining the company”
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In questions 11 and 12, we asked the respondents what they were glad to hear from the recruiter and what they were glad to have done in multiple-choice and descriptive forms.
The most common answers given by recruiters were “company atmosphere” (56.4%), “specific job description” (50.5%), and “career after joining” (49.0%). In the descriptive form, answers such as “Does it match what you want to do?” and “Roughly where you will be assigned,” show that students’ interest is centered on “the degree of matching with their career paths” in addition to “the atmosphere of the company.” It was a result that I understood that I was doing. Communication with recruiters seems to function as a way to obtain this information.
There is little dissatisfaction with recruiters, but there are some dissatisfactions such as “information is hidden” and “only talking about good points”.
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In questions 13 and 14, we asked respondents what they didn’t like about the recruiter and what they didn’t like being done to them in multiple-choice and descriptive form.
“Nothing in particular” was the most popular response at 60.8%, indicating that they do not have any major dissatisfaction. Combined with the above-mentioned “good to hear”, it seems that there is some dissatisfaction with recruiters who do not give honest answers about the situation inside the company.
In addition, in the written form, there were dissatisfactions about intervening in job hunting, such as “I was asked about the selection status of other companies” and “I was harassed.”
73.5% of students increased their aspirations through communication with recruiters
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In question 15, we asked about the impact of communication with recruiters afterward.
73.5% of the responses were “It helped me move on to the next step, such as selection,” which indicates that communication with recruiters is received positively by the majority of students.
Negative responses such as 1.5% who said, “It was a factor in my decision to withdraw from the selection process,” and 1.0% who said, “Others (I had doubts about the selection method, I was less aspiring),” were very few. It can be seen that communication between recruiters and job-hunting students can be expected to have the effect of increasing the degree of aspirations.
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In questions 18 and 19, we asked respondents in multiple-choice and descriptive forms about what they look for in a recruiter.
The most popular answer was “same desired department or job type” at 51.5%. Here, too, there was a tendency to emphasize career paths. The next highest number, 41.2%, was “people in the field (people who may work with me),” which shows the psychology of job hunting students who want to know the atmosphere in the company.
In addition, 34.8% answered that they were “similar in age” and 29.4% answered “same university”, indicating that they would like to hear from people in similar age groups and circumstances.
In the descriptive form, there are many contents such as “a person who listens empathetically” and “a person who is friendly and
trustworthy”, which shows that people want a partner who is easy to communicate with.
Detailed results of the survey can be downloaded from the “Intertour” service site of the Student Employment Support Center.
More than 73% of job-hunting students answered that their aspirations increased as a recruiter!
“Dissatisfaction”, “Method of Contact”, and “Ideal Recruiter Image” for Recruiters
Thorough investigation! !
https://intetour.biz/download/221216questionnaire?utm_source=prtimes&utm_medium=report&utm_campaign=11m Company Profile
Intertour Co., Ltd.
Head office: 2-4-1 Hamamatsucho, Minato-ku, Tokyo World Trade Center Building South Building 16F
Representative: Masahiro Sakuma, President and CEO
Business description: Developed “Intertour”, a relationship
recruitment platform that starts with interviews. We support the recruitment of new graduates with a recruitment marketing function that connects students and companies at a new timing.
https://intetour.co.jp/
Inquiries about this release
Intertour Co., Ltd.
Person in charge: Sakuma, Yasuda
TEL: 03-6731-4455 E-MAIL: gsinfo@gssc.co.jp
Contact form: https://intetour.co.jp/contact/
Details about this release:
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