Shufu JOB Research Institute What time do working moms want to prioritize? “Aspiration Gap” Ranking 202 3: 1st place “Hobby time” / Priority “housework / childcare / nursing care” increased for 3 consecutive years / Priority “family communication

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[what time do working moms want to prioritize? ] “Aspiration Gap” Ranking 2023: 1st place “Hobby time” / Priority “housework / childcare / nursing care” increased for 3 consecutive years / Priority “family communication” decreased for 3 consecutive years
~Shufu JOB Research Institute Survey~

“Shufu JOB Research Institute” (Operating company: B-Style Holdings Co., Ltd. Headquarters: Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, Representative Director: Kunihiko Mihara), a research organization that explores the actual situation and true intentions of housewives and househusbands who want to balance work and family, says ” We conducted a questionnaire survey of work-oriented moms with the theme of “prioritized time / time you want to do”, so we will report it below. (Number of valid responses: 522)
■Summary of survey results
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1. Time prioritized in 2022 1st place “Time for housework, childcare, nursing care” 49.8%
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2. Top 5 time prioritized in 2022 / Time prioritized: 3-year comparison [Image 2

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3. Time you want to prioritize in 2023 1st place “Family communication” 45.4% [Image 4

4. Top 5 time you want to prioritize in 2023 / Time you want to prioritize in the next year: 3-year comparison
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5. Comparison of “time to prioritize in 2023” and “time to prioritize in 2022” [Image 7

6. Time you want to prioritize in 2023 “Aspiration Gap” / Ranking TOP 5 [Image 8

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[Table 6: https://prtimes.jp/data/corp/3176/table/783_2_3b4251fc2e2beebec058e46cd0d5dd0f.jpg ]
7. From free comment
◇ Excerpts from free comments on “What I think about women and work” (age: work style)
・ It takes time to improve skills while doing housework and raising children (40s: part-time job)
・Because you have to prioritize your family, your career will decline (50s: part-time job)
・There are things that can be outsourced, such as housework and childcare, but I can’t ask as much as I want, so I have no choice but to do it myself (30s: Temporary employee)
・ I want you to not limit your options for choosing a job for childcare and nursing care (40s: part-time job)
・ Only women are busy (40s: temporary workers)
・Don’t force them to work. I don’t think working is necessarily good. It’s funny that you work for your kids and you have to cut back on your time with them. I want to help, but I can’t face my child because I’m busy with work and mentally (30s: part-time job)
・I don’t think I can work in an unreasonable way because I want to spend most of my time and energy on child-rearing. It’s a pity that it’s become a matter of course for women to work because of the trend. Gender issues have been widely discussed, but I would like to see a world in which men can pay for childcare alone. I would be happy if there was a system that would allow me to return to society after raising children (50s: contract employee)
・In order for women to work long and healthily, there are places where they can watch their children more easily and cheaply, and companies can provide services such as massages, beauty treatments, lunches, etc., that can be used at a place of their choice for a fixed amount once a month. (40s: part-time job)
・For the time being, it is an illusion that if you work, you can connect with society. There is no time to go to work, home, and the supermarket, and there is no time to even look at bulletin boards on the Internet. Working women with families are becoming increasingly distant from society (40s: part-time job)
・It’s hard to balance family and work, but I think it’s better to spend your time finding fun by trying not to be square and four-sided. Once in a while, I think that stress will be reduced a little if you take paid leave and make time for yourself (40s: Temporary employee) ・I would like to be able to freely choose working hours and days. ・ I want a society where you can work while giving priority to childcare (30s: not working now)
・ Even if you work, there is a reality that if you do not put it in your dependents, you will not be able to spend time working, raising children, and doing housework (50s: part-time job)
・Since women who have families have to prioritize housework, my husband takes days off from working long hours, such as from 10:00 to 16:00 and from 9:00 to 17:00. I’m tired for dinner at that time, so I bought side dishes and finished with a simple menu. My family approves of it (50s: part-time job)
Shufu JOB Research Institute Research Advisor Keitaro Kawakami [Image 10

What have women with children prioritized in spending their time with Corona? When asked, “Looking back at 2022, what time did you prioritize?”, the most common answer was “time for housework, childcare, and nursing care” at 49.8%. The percentage of respondents who answered “family communication time”, which was the top three years ago, has decreased for the third consecutive year. On the other hand, the percentage of people who answered “working hours” increased for the third consecutive year. Next, when asked, “What time would you like to prioritize in 2023?”, the most common answer was “family communication time” at 45.4%, which was the number one for the third consecutive year. In addition, the percentage of respondents who answered “time for housework/childcare/nursing care” has increased for the third consecutive year.
When we calculated the value obtained by subtracting the ratio of “prioritized time in 2022” from the ratio of “time that we would like to prioritize in 2023” for each selected item, the “aspiration gap” was the largest, at 15.9 points. was “Hobby Time”. Although the percentage of people who answered that they would prioritize “hobby time” in 2023 has decreased slightly for the third consecutive year, the percentage of those who prioritized it in 2022 has decreased further, so the gap is widening. The 2nd place was 12.5 points for “rest/sleep time”, and the gap between 3rd place “study time for obtaining qualifications” and 4th place “time for beauty and health” exceeded 10 points. On the other hand, the gap was negative only for “time for housework, childcare, and nursing care.” The percentage of people who want to prioritize “time for housework, childcare, and nursing care” in 2023 is also increasing, but the percentage of people who actually prioritized it in 2022 is higher, so it is an obligation to do This aspect may be reflected. In the comments on “Thoughts about women and work,” many complained that spending time on housework, childcare, and nursing care had a significant impact on their work. Whether or not you can manage your time for hobbies and rest may depend on “time for housework, childcare, and nursing care”.
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-About Shufu JOB Research Institute-
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This research institute was established in 2011 with the desire to create a society in which more women can play an active role regardless of life events such as marriage and childbirth. In order to increase society’s understanding of “women’s lifestyles and how they relate to work,” and to create more workplaces where women can work comfortably, we conduct surveys such as regular questionnaires and disseminate the results to society. increase.
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