Job Research Institute conducts “Survey on the actual situation of job hunting of generated AI in 2023” 90% “useful for job hunting” ES and pros and cons of using AI prominently in self-promotion ~ 60% of people who do not get jobs that are likely to be replaced by AI ~
“Job Research Institute”, a research agency of Laibo Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, CEO: Hiroki Mori, hereinafter “Laibo”), which develops and operates “JobQ (*1)”, an anonymous consultation service specializing in careers, employment and career changes. (*2)” conducted a “2023 Generation AI Job Hunting Survey” targeting 322 male and female university students. The survey is based on the degree of awareness and interest in generative AI such as ChatGPT and Bard, usage experience, specific purpose of use, motivation and expectations for use in job hunting, and willingness to use at work after employment. , We investigated the prediction of jobs that will be replaced by AI and the impact on job selection.
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Recently, generative AI such as CatGPT and Bard has had a major impact on society, and there have been many occasions where the purpose of their use and the coexistence of humans and AI have been discussed. According to a survey (*3) conducted by Job Research Institute targeting working adults, the impact on work is significant, and there is a strong impression that AI will take away human jobs. What kind of impact will it have on job hunting as a whole, including the pros and cons of using generative AI for job hunting at a time when it can be said to be a turning point? Therefore, at Job Research Institute, we are investigating the degree of awareness and interest in generative AI such as ChatGPT and Bard, usage experience, specific purpose of use, whether or not you have experience using it in job hunting, and its jurisdiction, and use in work after employment. The 2023 Generative AI Job Hunting Fact-Survey was conducted to
investigate motivation, job expectations that will be replaced by AI, and the impact on job selection.
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[Students’ awareness and interest in generative AI] When asked if they knew about generative AI, 92.9% said they “know” and 7.1% said “no”. In addition, after explaining the functions of the generation AI to the respondents who selected “don’t know” and asking them about their level of interest, 34.5% said they were “very interested”, 37.9% said they were “interested”, and 37.9% said they 91.3%, including 18.9% who are interested, answered that they are “interested”. 8.7% answered “not interested”.
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When asked about their willingness to use it for job hunting, 41.6%, a total of 15.8% who “use” and 25.8% who “probably use”, answered that they “use”. Of the 58.4% who do not use it, 41.0% said they do not use it and 17.4% said they probably do not use it. Also, when asked if they think generative AI will be useful in job hunting, 27.2% said, “I think it will be very useful,” 33.9%, “I think it will be useful,” and 30.3%, “I think it will be somewhat useful.” Helpful faction.” The breakdown of 8.6% of the “useless group” was 0.4% who “do not think it is useful at all”, 3.9% who “do not think it is useful”, and 4.3% who “do not think it is useful”.
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[Use in job hunting and willingness to use after employment] When we asked the 134 people who responded that they “use” in job hunting, specifically what they would use, “creating an entry sheet” was the most common answer at 59.7%, followed by “creating a self-PR sentence” at 50.7%. 46.3% for “information gathering”, 43.3% for “industry research”, 26.1% for “interview preparation”, and 7.5% for “others”. Also, when asked about the willingness to use at work after employment to all 322 respondents, 15.8% “I think I will use it very much”, 28.9% “I think I will use it”, 28.0% “I think I will use it rather” However, 72.2% answered “use group”. 27.8% said they did not use it.
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(development/engineering)”, 27.6% for “Management”, and 20.5% for “Consultant”. When asked how these “occupations that are likely to be replaced” affect the selection of occupations in job hunting, 61.8%, which is the sum of 14.9% who “do not want” and 46.9% who “probably do not want” The faction that removes from hope” was answered. 38.2% of respondents said they would not remove their hopes.
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When we asked the 322 respondents about their impressions of generative AI, 94.0% of them answered “positive”, with 24.7% saying “very positive”, 40.5% “positive”, and 28.8% “relatively positive”. bottom. “Negative” was 6.0%. Also, when asked if they think the evolution of AI will take away human jobs, 82.7%, including 13.4% who “strongly think”, 28.9% who “think”, and 40.4% who “somewhat think” The group that thinks they will lose their jobs” was the answer. 17.3% of the respondents answered “I don’t think so”.
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[Respondent’s free-form comment] Many comments expressed both expectations and concerns about generative AI.
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In the “2023 Job Hunting Survey on Genetic AI” conducted this time, more than 90% of the respondents were aware of the existence of generative AI and were interested in it. In addition, 71.2% have already used it, and the purpose of use was 78.4% for “just used it for a trial”, but about 20% also experienced using it for “submitting school assignments” and “job hunting”. It turns out that there is In addition, 91.4% answered that generation AI would be useful for job hunting, while only 41.8% answered that they would “use it for job hunting in the future.” However, it can be inferred that the usage rate in job hunting will increase as AI develops and spreads further in the future. As evidence of this, it can be seen from the fact that “creating an entry sheet” and “creating self-promotion” occupy the top of the majority of the purposes that have already been used for job hunting. As mentioned above, these two things tend to be imaged among many students as “useful for job hunting”, and 72.7% answered “I will use it at work after getting a job”, and 94.0% Based on the results that students have a “positive impression” of generated AI, it can be predicted that the number of students who use AI in job hunting will increase in the future.
As for the jobs that are expected to be replaced by AI, which are predicted by current university students, “office jobs”, “writer jobs”, and “technical jobs (related to development and engineering)” occupy the top positions. Since 61.8% answered that they will be removed from the job search, it is predicted that it will greatly affect the selection of occupations in future job hunting.
The 2023 AI Chat Awareness Survey (*3) conducted by Job Research Institute in the past for working adults also showed that many working adults are expected to be affected. It is conceivable that as AI develops further in the future, its spread will spread and coexistence with AI will become a matter of course. For students who are job-hunting at such a turning point of the times, the use of AI in job-hunting is questioned, and it can be inferred that companies that employ AI will be asked to change their responses. rice field. In the future, LIBO will continue to conduct various surveys related to employment, career change, work style, etc., and aim to realize a society where individuals can play an active role by disseminating real and highly transparent information.
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Masakazu Hori, General Manager of the Public Relations Group and Head of the Job Research Institute, will launch the Job Research Institute in 2021, after which he will conduct surveys and research on the awareness and behavior of “working adults and job-hunting students” from various perspectives. implementation. The purpose is to analyze the current state and future of the market and to contribute to selection opportunities for working adults and job hunting students by disseminating it to society. In addition to holding “career design” classes at each university based on the survey of Job Research Institute, many media explain the relationship with society such as career and work style.
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[(*4) 2023 generation AI job hunting survey report]
In the report, you can check the attributes of the survey and the results of other questions in more detail.
[(*3) 2023 AI Chat Awareness Survey Report]
We have compiled a survey on AI chat that we asked working adults https://job-q.me/articles/15107
*Survey results released in June 2023
[(*2) About Job Research Institute]
Job Research Institute was established with the aim of contributing to the job-changing market by analyzing the current state and future of the market by conducting research and various surveys on employment, career change, and careers in general, and disseminating them to society.
By disseminating reliable information in many genres such as employment, career change, work style, ranking, working women, etc., we hope that it will be useful for job hunting activities and help solve career anxieties and worries. We will contribute to the job change market by providing “opportunities for better choices for active society”.
[(*1) About JobQ]
JobQ, which is operated based on the concept of “Someone knows the ‘work’ you want to know”, has over 400,000 registered users, and is a service that allows you to exchange information and consult on careers and career changes. By searching for a specific company name, not only reviews from current and former employees, but also vague content such as worries about work in general and anxiety about finding a job or changing jobs are included. It is a place to make better choices. ■ Q&A on JobQ “AI (artificial intelligence)”
Company name: Libo Co., Ltd.
Established: February 3, 2015
Representative Director: Koki Mori
Location: Daiichi Akatsuki Building 3F, 1-19-9 Dogenzaka, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0043
Business description: Planning, development, and operation of JobQ, an anonymous consultation service specializing in careers and career changes
Group company: March 1, 2019 Grouped into Persol Career Co., Ltd. Homepage: https://laibo.jp/
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