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Academic information / The unofficial fixed rate for 25 graduating students as of the end of April was , with a noticeable increase in the fixed fixed rate for liberal arts students. Among science students, the number of students currently job

Gakujo Co., Ltd.
As of the end of April, the unofficial fixed rate for 25 graduating students was -70.1%-, and the increase in the fixed fixed rate for liberal arts students was noticeable. Among science students, the number of students currently job-hunting decreased to 50.7%, which is about half.
We conducted a survey on “Asagaku Navi 2025” (direct recruiting site No. 1 in number of members) on the theme of “Status of acquiring informal offers.”
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Gakujo Co., Ltd. (headquarters: Chuo-ku, Tokyo) conducted an internet survey regarding job hunting for university and graduate students scheduled to graduate in March 2025. This time, we investigated the theme of “the status of obtaining informal offers.” The unofficial acquisition rate as of the end of April 2024 is 70.1%. The increase in humanities was particularly noticeable, with an increase of 18.9 points from the previous month’s survey. The job hunting rate was 67.8%, indicating that more than 30% of students have completed their job hunting. For science majors, the job hunting rate is 50.7%, and the number of students currently looking for jobs has decreased to about half.
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(1) The unofficial fixed rate as of the end of April is 70.1%. The increase was particularly noticeable for liberal arts students, with an increase of 18.9 points.
(2) The job hunting rate was 67.8%, with more than 30% of students completing their job hunting. For science majors, the job hunting rate is “50.7%”, and the number of students currently job hunting has decreased to about half
(3) Regarding intention to join a company that has obtained an informal offer, 59.5% of students who had obtained multiple offers and 47.3% of students who had obtained one company answered that they had a strong desire to join a company that had obtained an informal offer. . There are more students who have a stronger intention to join a company that has given them an informal offer than during the same period last year.
(1) The unofficial fixed rate as of the end of April is 70.1%. The increase was particularly noticeable for liberal arts students, with an increase of 18.9 points.
[Image 1: https://prtimes.jp/i/13485/1212/resize/d13485-1212-cac65bf116a6f99ad593-0.jpg&s3=13485-1212-f084dbd6168e368fa7e1ae3d718f0cd0-2560×1920.jpg] The unofficial fixed rate for students graduating in 2025 in May (as of the end of April) was 70.1%, exceeding 70% within two months of the lifting of the recruitment announcement ban on March 1st. It has increased by 16.4 points in one month since the end of March, and the growth rate is also higher than the previous month.
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By liberal arts and sciences, 74.4% were science majors and 67.8% were humanities majors. The increase in humanities was particularly noticeable, with an increase of 18.9 points from the previous month. Science majors also increased by 11.3 points from the previous month, and the fixed rate is steadily increasing.
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The job hunting rate was 67.8%, down 7.8 points from the previous month. The number of students who “obtained an informal offer and completed their job hunting” was “30.7%”, which was over 30%. In particular, for science majors, the job hunting rate was “50.7%,” a decrease of 7.5 points from the previous month, and the number of students currently job hunting has decreased to about half.
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■Survey overview
・Survey period: April 24, 2024 – April 30, 2024
・Research institution: Gakujo Co., Ltd.
・Survey target: University and graduate students scheduled to graduate (complete) in March 2025
・Number of valid responses: 386
・Survey method: Internet questionnaire survey
*Numbers for each item are rounded off to the first decimal place, so the total for multiple-choice answers may not add up to 100.0%. ■What is “Asahi Gakujo Navi”?
A scout-type job site with 400,000 members and the No. 1 student satisfaction rating for two consecutive years (*1st place in 2022-2023 Oricon Customer Satisfaction (R) survey for reverse job-hunting services and job-hunting support content). The direct recruiting site has been ranked No. 1 for the number of members for four consecutive years (*No. 1 for the number of direct recruiting site members in the Tokyo Shoko Research Survey from 2020 to 2023), making it possible to send out scouts to the largest number of students. is. Asagaku Navi is a video-based direct recruiting site that is expanding its content through videos that allow you to experience the real world (the atmosphere of the company and the voices of its employees). In addition, we are working to further improve matching accuracy by implementing a job posting function to enable “job-based recruitment.” We provide not only job-hunting know-how but also content to help you learn about society and the world, such as “Today’s Morning Edition,” which provides easy-to-understand explanations of topics related to society and industry from a job-hunting perspective, based on the day’s Asahi Shimbun articles.
https://service.gakujo.ne.jp/newgraduate/navi
■What is Gakujo Co., Ltd.?
A company listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange Prime and a member of the Keidanren. Asahi Shimbun and major financial institutions made capital investments as corporate shareholders. Since 2004, we have advocated “year-round recruitment for people in their 20s.” “No.1 job change site for people in their 20s for 5 years in a row, Re job hunting site for people in their 20s” with 2.3 million members (No. 1 job change site for people in their 20s in the Tokyo Shoko Research Survey from 2019 to 2023), With 400,000 members, “Oricon Customer Satisfaction (R) Survey No. 1 student satisfaction for 2 consecutive years – Scout-type employment site – Asagaku Navi (Asahi Gakujo Navi) -” (*2022-2023 Oricon customers We are the only major employment and career change information company in the industry that provides total support for recruiting people in their 20s, centered on Satisfaction (R) Survey, Reverse Recruitment Type Job Hunting Service, and Job Hunting Support Content (No. 1).
In addition, we held Japan’s first “Joint Corporate Seminar” (according to our own research), and as a top runner in joint corporate seminars, we held the “Joint Corporate Seminar for 20s and 30s – Career Change Expo” (2020 2023 (according to in-house research, No. 1 visitor for people in their 20s at job change events) and No. 1 visitor for joint company seminars for new graduates (2023 Tokyo Shoko Research Survey, joint company seminars for new graduates and joint companies). Runs seminars (No. 1 in number of attendees). In 2019, we are developing a variety of services related to the recruitment of young human resources, such as launching “Japan Jobs”, a job support service for foreign human resources.
[Founded: 1976 Capital: 1.5 billion yen Member organizations: Japan Business Federation, Japan Job Information Association]
https://company.gakujo.ne.jp/
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