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Legaseed Co., Ltd. Long-term internship specialized media “Infra” has over 100,000 student registrations!

Legaseed Co., Ltd.
Long-term internship specialized media “Infra” has over 100,000 student registrations!
Increasing demand for long-term interns The number of recruitment matches will increase approximately 5 times in 5 years
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The number of registered students on Infra, a recruitment platform specializing in students with a strong desire to grow, operated by Legaseed Co., Ltd. (Representative Director: Etsuyasu Kondo, Headquarters: Minato-ku, Tokyo), will reach 100,000 in March 2024. We would like to inform you that we have made it through.
[Image 1: https://prtimes.jp/i/56949/111/resize/d56949-111-835bf883c5ef411e8153-2.jpg&s3=56949-111-2b8819e6afefe56247670bdeaa8f0429-1218×818.jpg] Infra, a media specializing in long-term paid internships with the largest number of job openings in Japan
“Infra” started service in October 2015 as a recruitment medium specializing in long-term paid internships for university students. As of March 1, 2024, the number of registered students has exceeded 100,000, and it is currently a recruitment platform that boasts the top market share in the industry. It ranks 1st or 2nd in SEO related to long-term internships, such as “long-term internship” and “paid internship,” so it is a media that every student interested in internships will come across at least once.
Demand for long-term internships increases from both companies and students The number of new students registering for “Infra” is increasing at a rate of over 10,000 every year, and in 2023, 18,000 new students registered, a record high. Due to the spread of AI and changes in the economic environment, the skills required after entering society are changing significantly, and the priorities of university students in their student lives are also changing. Students are increasingly placing more importance on gaining practical experience in business settings and improving their business skills, rather than simply spending time on part-time jobs or club activities.
With the changes mentioned above, the collapse of the lifetime employment system, and the diversification of work styles, students are becoming more conscious of “how to build a career” than “which company to work for” when looking for a job. is moving. For this reason, an increasing number of students are becoming conscious of career development from their first or second year at university, and are developing a vision for their career while gaining practical experience, and the demand for long-term internships is likely to increase.

On the other hand, companies are increasingly focusing on hiring human resources through internships in order to respond to changes in the times, such as shortages of human resources, intensifying competition, and rapid advances in digital technology. Students who participate in long-term internships often have high information sensitivity and skills, and many companies are paying attention to their success in SNS marketing and digital fields in particular. In fact, the number of recruitment matches for companies registered with “Infra” has increased approximately 5 times since 2019, five years ago, and has increased 1.7 times from 2022 to 2023, and companies that are working on long-term internships. is expected to increase further in the future.
Future outlook for long-term internships
As market conditions change and students’ awareness of career development increases, the form and meaning of job hunting and recruitment activities are likely to change significantly. Up until now, it has been common for recruitment activities to assess students’ potential using interviews and entry sheets, but in the future, job hunting and recruitment activities will match students with companies based on their experience and abilities in the business field. will become mainstream. One of these movements is the spread of job-based recruitment in new graduate recruitment.
In a survey conducted by Gakujo Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo) targeting students graduating in 2024, companies that implement job-based recruitment were asked to “want to pre-enter/I would rather pre-enter”. More than 70% of students responded, with students saying things like “I want to work in an environment where I can make use of my skills and abilities” and “I find job-based recruitment attractive because I have a clear idea of ​​the job I want to do.” In fact, Hitachi, Ltd., a major company, hired 140 new graduates in 2014 through job-type long-term internships.
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In order to respond to these changes in market conditions, “Infra” uses long-term internships as an opportunity to match companies and students, and at the same time provides services that allow both companies and students to utilize the experience of long-term internships in recruiting new graduates. We are planning to expand. In order to create a society where more essential recruitment activities are carried out through long-term internships, we will continue to actively develop products and expand our services. 【Company Profile】
Company name: Legaseed Co., Ltd.
Established: November 11, 2013
Head office location: 24F Shinagawa Grand Central Tower, 2-16-3 Konan, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-0075
TEL: 03-6433-1288
Representative name: Etsuyasu Kondo
Business content: Human resources recruitment consulting / Management and organizational consulting / Human resource development and employee training / Corporate branding / CX cloud that attracts candidates / Long-term intern recruitment media / Assessment and survey / Metaverse career platform
[What is Legaseed Co., Ltd.]
Legaseed Co., Ltd. was established in 2013 and is a company that provides management and organizational consulting, mainly focusing on new graduate recruitment for small and medium-sized enterprises. In addition to gaming simulation and action learning, more than 650 companies nationwide have introduced a system for recruiting and training human resources using the recruitment ATS “miryo⁺” to attract students. The total number of participants in the training exceeds 100,000. Additionally, while Legaseed is a small to medium-sized company, it was ranked 24th overall in Rakuten Minna’s Job Hunting Diary’s “Ranking of popular companies for interns” conducted by students scheduled to graduate in 2025, and 2nd in the consulting industry. We have a track record of approximately 20,000 new graduate recruitment applications per year.
[Inquiries from the press regarding this press release]
Legaseed Co., Ltd.
Department Name Public Relations PR Team Person in charge: Iizuka Phone: 03-6433-1288 Fax: 050-6865-5689
E-mail: info@legaseed.co.jp
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