Kakehashi Sky Solutions Co., Ltd. Conducted a questionnaire survey of 20,000 people about moving to rural areas and changing jobs! What is the annual income change and satisfaction level of experienced workers? I also heard the raw voice at the rou

Kakehashi Sky Solutions Co., Ltd.
Conduct a questionnaire survey of 20,000 people about local migration x job change! What is the annual income change and satisfaction level of experienced workers? I also heard the raw voice at the round-table discussion of people who experienced migration.

Kakehashi Sky Solutions Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo; President: Tomonao Nakagawa) is pleased to announce the “Job Change Hub”, which provides information based on original interviews with experts regarding the job change environment and career formation in each industry. (Hub)” conducted a “Survey on migration and job change to rural areas”.
You can read the detailed article on “Survey on migration and job change to rural areas” from the link below.
https://www.kakehashi-skysol.co.jp/media/post-6005/
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■ What you can learn from this article
●Survey interest in immigration among 20,000 men and women aged 25 to 59 ・ Results of asking 186 people who actually migrated and changed jobs about their lives after migration
・Did you consider moving to a rural area after the corona crisis? ・ Did the situation of the corona disaster affect the migration consideration? ・What actions did you take when considering immigration?
・Changes in job changes and industries due to immigration
・ Change in annual income and living expenses after migration x job change ・ Satisfaction after migration x job change
・ Advantages and disadvantages felt after migration (ranked) ●Round-table discussion by experienced people
・Experienced person 1: Immediately after immigration, annual income decreased but recovered by building a career
・Experienced person 2: Simultaneously experienced migration, job change, and marriage. Feeling reincarnated into another world ・Round-table discussion: Experienced people talk about “form of rural migration” ■ Rural migration questionnaire survey summary
-Summary of Survey-
Survey name: Questionnaire survey on migration and job changes to rural areas Survey method: Internet research using “Freeeasy” by iBridge Co., Ltd. Survey area: Nationwide
Survey period: December 5th to December 16th, 2022
Survey target: 20,000 men and women aged 25 to 59
■Results of a questionnaire survey on immigration to rural areas 52.0% of those who considered moving to rural areas were affected by the corona crisis
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In this survey of 20,000 people, 2,700 people answered that they had considered moving.
When asked if the situation of the corona crisis triggered
consideration, 21.5% answered that it was a catalyst, and 30.5% answered that it had a slight impact, for a total of 52.0%. rice field.
It can be seen that the situation of the corona misfortune was the trigger for the majority of those considering migration.
Housing is the number one concern in terms of the situation at the destination Actions actually taken when considering migration (multiple answers allowed)
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When emigrating, 37.7% of the respondents answered that they researched housing first.
In addition, about 30% of the respondents answered that they had “searched for job change information,” indicating that there are a certain number of people who consider changing jobs as well when migrating.
44.4% changed jobs when moving. Many people changed jobs to different industries [Image 3

44% of those who “changed jobs” and 36% of those who “moved without changing jobs” when moving, indicating that the percentage of those who changed jobs is high.
Furthermore, when asked about the type of industry after changing jobs, 40.3% of respondents answered that they were in the same industry as before. However, 38.2% of the respondents answered that they had a different occupation (other than agriculture, forestry and fisheries) from before they changed jobs, indicating that many people changed their industry after moving.
In addition, there was no significant difference by age group in the proportion of those who “worked in the same industry as before” and those who “worked in a different occupation (other than agriculture, forestry and fisheries).”
Curious migration & change in annual income after changing jobs. Resulted in an annual income increase of 43.0%
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Regarding annual income, which is still a concern, 43.0% of
respondents answered that their annual income increased after changing jobs. The result was that 29.6% of people said “there is no change in annual income.” Only 27.4% answered that their annual income has decreased.
In addition, 21.0% of the respondents answered that “even if the annual income decreased, the cost of living decreased accordingly.” 18.8% said “annual income increased, but living expenses went up”, 8.6% said “annual income did not change but living expenses went up”, 6.4% said “annual income went down but living expenses went up”. Some respondents said that their living expenses had increased due to car maintenance costs, etc.
The average satisfaction level of those who have migrated is as high as 4 stars [Image 5

The average satisfaction level after moving and changing jobs is 4 stars. Looking at the above percentages by age and annual income, there is not much difference in the above ratios, and it was found that they are highly satisfied with their lives after moving and changing jobs.
Advantages and disadvantages of moving to rural areas
What benefits do you feel about moving here?
(Number of responses: 186/choose up to 3 options)
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What disadvantages do you feel about immigration?
(Number of responses: 186/choose up to 3 options)
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The number one benefit I felt from moving to a rural area was “the stress of congestion such as commuting rush hours has disappeared”. On the other hand, the first demerit was “few options for employment” and the second was “concern about career advancement”, resulting in the top two demerits related to work.
Comments related to the 4th place answer, “The cost of living is higher than expected,” include, “Rising prices make life difficult,” and “I’m struggling with rising prices of daily necessities.” It seems that there are cases where it has become.
Looking at other comments, people said that their lifestyles changed as a result of moving, such as “Wasteful expenses other than living expenses have decreased”, “Eating out has decreased partly due to the impact of the corona crisis”, and “Living expenses have drastically decreased due to bartering”. It seems that there are many people.
Round-table discussion: New values ​​of life obtained by those who experienced immigration and job change
In this article, we interviewed three people (two of whom are husband and wife) who actually changed jobs at the same time as moving to a rural area, and asked them to share their experiences in a roundtable discussion.
All three moved from the Kanto region to Fukuoka Prefecture, but started their second lives in urban areas and mountainous areas respectively. The environment was completely different. All three of them immediately answered that the satisfaction level was “5 stars”. You can touch the new view of life that these three people got. You can read the article “Survey on migration and job change to rural areas” from the link below.
https://www.kakehashi-skysol.co.jp/media/post-6005/
■ From the editorial department of “Job Change Hub”
In this survey, we first conducted a preliminary survey of 20,000 people in order to conduct a questionnaire survey of those who had moved to rural areas and changed jobs after the corona disaster. From there, we asked 186 people who have experience in both immigration and career change to answer the questions.
What was also surprising was that many respondents said that their annual income increased due to moving to rural areas. It turns out that the “decrease in annual income” that you imagine when you hear about moving to a rural area is a minority.
The majority of respondents said that the cost of living had fallen, but some also said that the recent rise in prices has unexpectedly increased the cost of living. And in the comments, there was also a voice saying, “Although my annual income has dropped sharply, my lifestyle changes have eliminated unnecessary expenses and increased my satisfaction with my life.”
In a round-table discussion by three people who have experience of moving and changing jobs, there was a case where the annual income dropped immediately after moving, but after building a career, the annual income increased, and a couple whose annual income decreased by half or less but are leading a fulfilling life. I asked
Summarizing the survey results and the content of the round-table discussion, we can see a high degree of satisfaction with life that cannot be measured by annual income alone.
In the future, the “Job Change Hub” will continue to provide information and services related to job hunting and job change activities through research, analysis, and interviews.
■ About Kakehashi Sky Solutions Co., Ltd.
Kakehashi Sky Solutions is a human resources service company established in 2011 that provides a variety of one-stop solutions that support recruitment, training, and retention under the mission of “accelerating the growth of people and organizations.”
We are good at making original plan proposals that match the situation of each company based on our track record of supporting more than 10,000 companies. Defining human resource requirements, such as the desired human resource image, by inquiring about the implementation and review status of human resource recruitment plans and recruitment activities. We will help you throughout the year, from drafting recruitment strategies to selecting advertising media, creating creatives, creating a recruitment system, and proposing follow-up to prospective recruits.
In addition, training support begins with training for prospective employees, and also supports employee training for each level (new employees to executives and managers), providing the necessary skills and ideas for each layer and company in stages. I will.
Trade name: Kakehashi Sky Solutions Co., Ltd.
Established: 2011
Representative: Tomohisa Nakagawa, President and Representative Director Headquarters location: 7F, Central Plaza, 1-1 Kaguragashi, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo URL: https://www.kakehashi-skysol.co.jp/

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