Winter bonus average is 327,000 yen! The usage is “savings” and “appropriate for living expenses”. The number of people who use it for “travel and leisure” has increased from the previous year/Questionnaire survey of working wom en for “women’s career

Career Design Center Co., Ltd.
Winter bonus average is 327,000 yen! The usage is “savings” and “appropriate for living expenses”. The number of people who use it for “travel and leisure” has increased from the previous
year/Questionnaire survey of working women for “women’s career change type” [No. 63]

Career Design Center Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Minato-ku, Tokyo, President and Chairman: Hiromi Tada) operated a career change site “Women’s career change type” specializing in women’s career change, targeting 592 women. We conducted a survey about the “2022 winter bonus”.
“Women’s career change type”, a job change site for women who want to work as full-time employees for a long time, regularly conducts a survey of women’s real work views [“Women and work” known by data], and finds out the actual situation of women’s working environment is open to the public.
▼Click here for details.
https://woman-type.jp/academia/discover-career/data/vol-63/
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■ Survey results excerpt
★ The average bonus amount for those who received it is 327,000 yen ★ About 50% of people do not receive a bonus
★Usage: 1st place “savings”, 2nd place “appropriate for living expenses” ★ The number of people who use it for “travel/leisure” increased by 6% from the previous year
[Q.1 How much was the bonus for the winter of 2022? ]
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*Excluding those who are unemployed
* Employment types for “all people who are working”: full-time employees, contract employees, temporary employees, part-time workers, freelancers, etc.
When we asked female career change type members about their bonuses for the winter of 2022, 49.2% of them answered “0 (none)” (only those who were working, excluding those who left their jobs). Even looking only at those whose employment status is “regular employee/contract employee,” 35.9% answered “0 (none),” and about 40% did not receive bonuses.
The average amount of money paid to those who were paid was 327,000 yen for “all workers” and 337,000 yen for “full-time and contract employees.”
[Q.2 How satisfied are you with the bonus for the winter of 2022? ] [Image 3

*Excluding those who are unemployed
* Employment types for “all people who are working”: full-time employees, contract employees, temporary employees, part-time workers, freelancers, etc.
When asked about their level of satisfaction with their bonuses, 39.1% of respondents said they were “very dissatisfied”. While 54.5% of the respondents were dissatisfied, 18.1% of the satisfied respondents chose “very satisfied” or “somewhat satisfied,” which is about three times the difference.
Looking only at those who were employed as regular or contract employees, 23.3% were satisfied and 61.1% were dissatisfied. Although it is 5.2% higher than the satisfied group for “all working people,” the dissatisfied group is also 5.6% higher.
[Q.3 How much was the bonus for the winter of 2021? ]
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*Excluding those who are unemployed
* Employment types for “all people who are working”: full-time employees, contract employees, temporary employees, part-time workers, freelancers, etc.
When asked about the winter bonus in 2021 (last year), the most common answer was “0 (none)” at 46.9%, with a slight increase in 2022 at 49.2%. The average amount of people who were paid was 323,000 yen, almost unchanged from 327,000 yen in 2022.
Looking only at those whose employment status is “regular
employees/contract employees,” the proportion of “0 (none)” will remain almost unchanged from 35.1% in 2021 to 35.9% in 2022. The average amount of money paid to those who received it remained unchanged from 336,000 yen in 2021 to 337,000 yen in 2022.
[Q.4 What is the reason for the “amount difference” between the winter 2022 and winter 2021 bonuses? ]
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*There are multiple answers
When asked about the reason for the price difference, the most common answer was “company performance” (29.4%). Excluding “Other” and “Don’t know”, the second place was “Change jobs” (15.8%), followed by “My evaluation” (12.6%). Other comments included “I didn’t get the full amount after childcare leave” and “Orders decreased due to Corona”. [Q.5 What is your ideal winter bonus? ]
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* “Ideal”: All survey respondents
* “Reality (2022)”: Respondents to the questionnaire who are still working (excluding those who have left their jobs)
When asked about the ideal winter bonus, “500,000 to 990,000 yen” was the most common result at 45.6%. The average amount was 562,000 yen, which was a gap of about 240,000 yen compared to the average of 327,000 yen for those who were actually paid in the winter of 2022. [Q.6 What was the winter bonus used for? ]
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*There are multiple answers
When asked about the use of winter bonuses, the 1st and 2nd place will remain the same in 2021 and 2022, “saving” and “applying for living expenses”. “Savings” has increased by 5.8% from 2021. In 2021, “fashion/beauty” will rank third, while “travel/leisure” will rank in 2022. The points have also increased by 6%, and you can see the impact of the lack of movement restrictions due to the new coronavirus. Other answers included “gifts for parents,” “options for newly built apartments,” and “purchasing pets.”
Consideration for this survey / Kayoko Kobayashi, editor-in-chief of female career change type
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The average bonus for the winter of 2022 was 327,000 yen, and about half of the people did not receive any payment (all employees, excluding those who left the company). There is a big gap from the ideal bonus amount of 562,000 yen. In addition, the satisfaction level of bonuses for “regular employees and contract employees” was low at about 20%, and the survey also showed dissatisfaction, such as that their hard work was not reflected in their bonuses and that they were not satisfied with their evaluations.
As for how to use the bonus, “savings” and “appropriation for living expenses” were the top two as last year, but “travel/leisure” ranked third. “Investment” is also increasing, and I feel a bright sign that consumer appetite is increasing not only for defense but also for offense and entertainment.
In the “salary” column of the job postings posted on the women’s career change type, if a bonus is paid, it will always be stated. The annual income examples and incentives (performance pay) are also written in detail, so please refer to them.
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https://woman-type.jp/academia/discover-career/data/vol-63/
*Survey data (graph) is rounded to the second decimal place, so the total may not add up to 100.
■Survey content: 63rd “How was the winter bonus?” / “Women and work” learned from data
・Survey period: December 14-25, 2022
・Number of valid responses: 592
・ Survey target: “Women’s career change type” members
・Survey method: Questionnaire on the web
■ “Women and work” list based on data
This is the 63rd survey, and we regularly conduct surveys on the environment and issues surrounding working women, and you can see various survey results.
https://woman-type.jp/academia/discover-career/data/
■ What is “women’s career change type”?
This is a career change site for women who want to work as a full-time employee for a long time. There are many jobs that are popular with women, such as jobs that allow you to become a full-time employee with no experience, jobs that allow you to enhance your private life with little overtime, and jobs that allow you to balance work and childcare. It’s easy to find a job that suits you with a fulfilling matching function.
■ Career Design Center Co., Ltd. Company Profile
Representative: Hirozane Tada, President and Chairman
Head office location: Akasaka Long Beach Building, 3-21-20 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0052
Capital: 558.66 million yen
Established: July 8, 1993
Number of employees: 695 (as of September 30, 2022)
Business description:
1. Operation of “type”, “woman’s career change type”, etc., a specialized information site for career change
2. Holding a career change fair
3. Recruitment business (Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare permission 13-Yu-040429)
4. “type job hunting” service that supports high-quality job hunting with information magazines, events, information sites, and recruitment 5. Outsourcing business such as pamphlet, novelty recruitment, HP creation 6. Temporary staffing service specializing in the IT industry (Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare permit 13-315344)
7. Providing comprehensive solution services that support corporate recruitment activities, such as planning, editing, and management of web magazines “Engineer type”, “Woman type”, and “20’s type” Details about this release:
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