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One Career Co., Ltd. Survey just before selection for 2025 graduates Approximately half of students are nega tive about “transfer”

[One Career Co., Ltd.] [Survey just before selection for 2025 graduates] Approximately half of students are negative about “transfer”

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Press release: May 13, 2024
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[Survey just before selection for 2025 graduates] Approximately half of students are negative about “transfer”
One Career Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Shibuya-ku, Tokyo; Representative Director, President, Executive Officer and CEO: Miyashita
Naoyuki (hereinafter referred to as One Career) conducted a survey regarding job hunting for students graduating in 2025.
For more information on the survey results, please see the “25th Graduation Final Selection Report”.
https://service.onecareercloud.jp/data/Investigationreport_202404

*Summary of survey results*
1. Many students are upwardly oriented rather than stably oriented. 2. Approximately 60% of students are positive about the job rotation system 3. Less than 30% of students are positive about transferring 4. Voices of interns who are reluctant to do “uninteresting work” 5. During the interview, some people complained about the
interviewer’s bad attitude and how they were denied what they said. Survey results details
* 1.Many students are upwardly oriented rather than stably oriented *

When asked about the “desired company culture,” approximately 60% of respondents answered “close to upward mobility” or “rather close to upward mobility.” It became clear that while they place emphasis on a comfortable work environment, they also seek growth through work. * 2. Approximately 60% of students are positive about the job rotation system *

When asked, “How do you feel about the job rotation system?”, 63.6% of respondents answered “positively.” Regarding the reasons for answering “positively,” there were comments such as “I want to experience a variety of fields to determine my aptitude,” and “Experiencing a variety of jobs will lead to personal growth.” We found that after determining the type of job or work that best suits them, they expect to grow through a variety of experiences.
* 3.Less than 30% of students are positive about transferring *

When asked, “How do you feel about relocation?”, 48.1% answered “negative,” accounting for about half of the total. The reasons why people answered “negative” included values ​​that emphasize private life and aversion to changes in their living environment, such as “life is more important than work” and “changes in lifestyle are stressful.” I did.
* 4. Voices of resistance to “uninteresting work” in internships * When asked about “an intern who had an unpleasant experience”, there were a few comments pointing out the insufficiency of the content, such as “boring” and “not interesting.” In particular, companies have complained that employees are not involved in the content and are forced to work hard, such as “despite the program having multiple days, everything was left to the participants.” I found that the impression was diminished.
* 5. During the interview, some people pointed out that the
interviewer had a bad attitude and that what they said was denied * When asked about “uncomfortable interviews,” responses included “I didn’t feel like they were trying to understand me,” and “My gakuchika (the things I put effort into during my student days) were denied.” There was a comment. In both cases, the impression received is not only from the content of what is said, but also from the tone and facial expressions, so it is thought that sufficient consideration must be given to the content, tone, facial expressions, etc. of the interviewer’s statements.

*Comment from Naoki Kobayashi, Career Advisor, One Career Co., Ltd.* In this survey, we reported on the “values” of students graduating in 2025. The survey results showed a tendency toward upward mobility and negative relocation.
Among Generation Z, where “an unstable world” is the norm, many of them have a truly upwardly mobile mindset, “I want to focus on work in order to acquire skills in my 20s.” The reason why many students are positive about job rotation as a means of achieving this can be said to be because they have a strong need to assess their own aptitude.
Although they are upwardly mobile, I often hear people say, “I don’t want my life to be dictated by work.” Because they believe that work is just one part of life, there seems to be a deep-rooted need to eliminate variables such as transfers as much as possible.
Survey overview
Survey name: [25 graduates] Questionnaire regarding job hunting Survey period: February 17th to 25th, 2024
Research organization (research subject): One Career Co., Ltd. Survey target: University students graduating in 2025
Survey method: Questionnaire survey using the Internet
Number of valid answers: 428
For more information on the survey results, please see the “25th Graduation Final Selection Report”.
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Service overview
As a service for corporate human resources, we provide the One Career Cloud series, which supports recruitment activities using the “Career Data Platform.” New graduate recruitment support media “ONE” A job posting function that allows you to post company information and job advertisements on “CAREER”, a video service function that allows you to design a recruitment brand with high-quality digital content such as online briefing sessions, and a video service function that allows you to design a recruitment brand with high-quality digital content such as online briefing sessions. It has a recruitment planning function that provides marketing data. In the future, we aim to promote the DX of corporate recruitment activities by providing digital tools that support companies throughout their recruitment activities, from drafting recruitment plans to recruiting job seekers and managing selection activities. I’ll go.
Service site: https://service.onecareercloud.jp/

One Career Co., Ltd.
One Career’s mission is to “Create as many careers as there are people.” We offer three services as a platform where individuals and companies can use all kinds of data related to job selection. Service list:
・New graduate recruitment media for university students “ONE CAREER” (https://www.onecareer.jp/)
・Mid-career recruitment media for job seekers “ONE CAREER PLUS” (https://plus.onecareer.jp/)
・Recruitment DX support service for human resources “ONE CAREER CLOUD” (https://service.onecareercloud.jp/)
Company name: ONE CAREER Inc.
Head office location: 16th floor, Shibuya Infos Tower, 20-1
Sakuragaoka-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Established: August 18, 2015
Representative: Naoyuki Miyashita, Representative Director, President, Executive Officer and CEO
Business content: Career data platform business (recruitment DX support service, etc.)
Securities code: 4377 (TSE Growth)
Company website: https://onecareer.co.jp/
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