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Idem Co., Ltd. Average hourly wage for part-time jobs in June 2024: The average hourly wage in the East Japan area is 1,202 yen, the average hourly wage in the West Japan area is 1,139 yen, and the average hourly wage for “manufacturing-related/dri

[Idem Co., Ltd.] Average hourly wage for part-time jobs in June 2024 The average hourly wage in the eastern Japan area is 1,202 yen, the average hourly wage in the western Japan area is 1,139 yen, and the average hourly wage for manufacturing-related/driver jobs in the four Kanto prefectures has increased for 12 consecutive months compared to the same month last year.
*Idem Co., Ltd.*
Press release: July 3, 2024
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Average hourly wage for part-time jobs in June 2024
The average hourly wage in the eastern Japan area is 1,202 yen, the average hourly wage in the western Japan area is 1,139 yen, and the average hourly wage for manufacturing-related/driver jobs in the four Kanto prefectures has increased for 12 consecutive months compared to the same month last year.
*Survey of 15 prefectures based on information posted on recruitment site “E-Idem” etc.*
IDEM Co., Ltd., a comprehensive human resources information service (Head office: Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo; President and CEO: Kabayama) Ryo) has compiled the average hourly wage for part-time jobs in June 2024 from job information published using the recruitment media “Eidem” and the recruitment website construction service “Job Gear Adoption”.
In the survey, data on job types and average hourly wages at the time of recruitment are extracted weekly and aggregated in the eastern Japan area (1 metropolis and 7 prefectures, including Tokyo, Kanagawa, Saitama, and Chiba) and the western Japan area (2 prefectures and 5 prefectures, including Osaka, Hyogo, and Kyoto). doing.
As a result of the calculation, the average hourly wage in the eastern Japan area was 1,202 yen, the average hourly wage in the western Japan area was 1,139 yen, and the average hourly wage for
“manufacturing-related/driver jobs” in the four Kanto prefectures increased for 12 consecutive months compared to the same month of the previous year.

The average hourly wage for the entire East Japan area is 1,202 yen, an increase of 61 yen compared to the same month last year.
The average hourly wage by job category is 1,328 yen (up 26 yen compared to the same month last year) for “professional/technical jobs,” 1,236 yen (up 107 yen compared to the same month last year) for “manufacturing-related/driver jobs,” and 1,199 yen (up 107 yen compared to the same month last year) for “cleaning/maintenance jobs.” (up 49 yen), “Food and beverage services” 1,162 yen (up 88 yen), “Administrative work” 1,157 yen (up 28 yen), “Sales/customer service” 1,146 yen (up 53 yen) , all occupations showed positive growth compared to the same month last year.
The average hourly wage across the four Kanto prefectures is 1,217 yen, an increase of 57 yen compared to the same month last year. The average hourly wage by job category is 1,334 yen (up 17 yen compared to the same month last year) for “professional/technical jobs,” 1,259 yen (up 107 yen compared to the same month last year) for “manufacturing-related/driver jobs,” and 1,214 yen (up 107 yen compared to the same month last year) for “cleaning/maintenance jobs.” (51 yen increase), “Administrative work” 1,182 yen (20 yen increase), “Food and beverage service” 1,177 yen (85 yen increase),
“Sales/customer service” 1,162 yen (54 yen increase) , all occupations showed positive growth compared to the same month last year. The average hourly wage by prefecture is 1,246 yen in Tokyo (up 55 yen from the same month last year), 1,223 yen in Kanagawa (up 57 yen), 1,171 yen in Chiba (up 59 yen), and 1,162 yen in Saitama (up 43 yen). yen increase), with all prefectures showing positive growth compared to the same month last year.
The average hourly wage for the entire Western Japan area is 1,139 yen, an increase of 56 yen compared to the same month last year. The average hourly wage by job classification is 1,294 yen for “professional/technical jobs” (up 89 yen from the same month last year), 1,158 yen for “manufacturing-related/driver jobs” (up 73 yen from the same month), and 1,131 yen (59 yen for office jobs). (increase), “Food and Beverage Service Worker” 1,094 yen (up 67 yen), “Cleaning/Maintenance Work” 1,088 yen (up 34 yen), “Sales/Customer Service Work” 1,074 yen (up 41 yen) , all occupations showed positive growth compared to the same month last year.
The average hourly wage for all three Kansai prefectures is 1,161 yen, an increase of 60 yen compared to the same month last year.
The average hourly wage by job classification is 1,299 yen for “professional/technical jobs” (up 75 yen from the same month last year), 1,177 yen for manufacturing-related/driver jobs (up 71 yen from the same month last year), and 1,139 yen for “administrative jobs” (up 71 yen from the same month last year). (increase), “Food and Beverage Service Worker” 1,111 yen (up 68 yen), “Sales/Customer Service Work” 1,099 yen (up 54 yen), “Cleaning/Maintenance Work” 1,098 yen (up 33 yen) , all occupations showed positive growth compared to the same month last year. The average hourly wage by prefecture was 1,195 yen in Osaka (an increase of 57 yen compared to the same month last year), 1,129 yen in Hyogo (an increase of 73 yen), and 1,107 yen in Kyoto (an increase of 21 yen). of prefectures showed positive results.

On our homepage https://apj.aidem.co.jp/wage/list/1/ we publish detailed tallies such as subclassification of occupations.

*Survey overview*
We extracted hourly wage data for part-time workers with the following conditions from job information published using the recruitment media “Eidem” and the recruitment website construction service “Job Gear Adoption” and tabulated the average hourly wage at the time of recruitment.

[Data to be aggregated]
●Area
East Japan area: Total of Tokyo, Kanagawa, Saitama, Chiba, Ibaraki, Gunma, Tochigi, and Shizuoka prefectures
Kanto 4 prefectures: Tokyo, Kanagawa, Saitama, Chiba, total and by prefecture *Tally for Tokyo’s 23 wards is also attached
Western Japan area: Total of Osaka, Hyogo, Kyoto, Nara, Wakayama, Shiga, and Fukuoka prefectures
Three prefectures in Kansai: Osaka, Hyogo, and Kyoto prefectures, total and by prefecture *Tally for Osaka city is also attached ●Occupation type
Occupation major classification: Occupation minor classification Specialized/technical occupations: Nurses, associate nurses, pharmacists, facility care (qualified), facility care (unqualified), visiting helpers, dietitians/registered dietitians, childcare workers, cram school instructors, etc.
Sales/customer service positions: Convenience stores, supermarkets, drug stores, mobile sales, front desk/reception information, cleaning reception, gas station clerks, apparel sales, miscellaneous goods sales, entertainment facility staff, etc.
Office work: General office work, medical office/hospital reception, reception office, etc.
Food and beverage service positions: cafe staff, cooks/cooking staff, cooking assistants, etc.
Manufacturing-related/driver jobs: Packaging, warehouse work, inspection, food manufacturing work, manufacturing work other than food manufacturing, delivery/delivery/driver, etc.
Cleaning/maintenance jobs: Cleaning/house cleaning, room/bed making, housekeeping, building management, equipment management, facility security, etc.
Others: hairdressers, barbers, sales, etc.

Occupation sub-categories are selected from the major occupational categories and include occupations with a large number of data items. Also, “late night work” is excluded from the calculation.

●Number of data (major classification of occupations)
East Japan area: 88,702 cases
Kanto 4 prefectures: 77,780 cases (Tokyo 38,610 cases, Kanagawa prefecture 15,490 cases, Saitama prefecture 12,364 cases, Chiba prefecture
11,316 results)
Western Japan area: 38,477 cases
Kansai 3 prefectures: 29,662 cases (Osaka prefecture 15,570 cases, Hyogo prefecture 9,666 cases, Kyoto prefecture 4,426 cases)
[Aggregation items]
●Occupation classification summary
25%ile, 50%ile, 75%ile: Values ​​at the 25th, 50%, and 75% from the bottom, respectively, when the extracted wage data is arranged in descending order of amount.
Mode: Hourly wage with the largest number of data items, with 2 or more data items. If there are two or more mode values, display the lower hourly wage.
Average value: Round off the simple average value to the first decimal place. ●Occupation subclassification summary
Average value: Round off the simple average value to the first decimal place.

* -About Aidem Co., Ltd.-* * https://www.aidem.co.jp* IDEM began with a newspaper insert in 1970, and has aimed to create a society where local communities can develop by connecting people with the excitement of working and companies with the value of human resources. We not only provide recruitment support that responds to changing times, such as recruitment media such as the recruitment site “Eidem”, the recruitment homepage construction service “Job Gear Adoption”, and “IDEM Agent”, which introduces new graduates and mid-career personnel, but we also provide recruitment support that responds to changes in the times. We conduct research, analysis, and provide information that also focuses on social issues. IDEM will continue to develop human resources services that connect people and companies.
Representative: Ryo Kabayama, Representative Director and President Established: February 1971
Location: (Head Office) IDEM Head Office Building, 1-4-10 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
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