[Dip]
Hourly part-time job surpassed 36 months in a row, surpassing record high

Dip Hourly part-time job surpassed 36 months in a row, increasing record high The nationwide average hourly wage is 1,091 yen, an increase of 19 yen from the previous month, and an increase of 48 yen from the same month last year. …………………………………………………………………………………………… DIP Corporation (Head office: Minato-ku, Tokyo, President and CEO: Hideki Hamada, hereinafter referred to as “the Company”) announced part-time wage data for August 2019. This survey is based on the job advertisement data posted on the part-time job information site “Bightle”. The average hourly wage in August was 1,091 yen (up 19 yen from the previous month, up 48 yen from the previous year), reaching a record high just before the minimum wage revision. By area, all four areas increased year on year. By job type, 6 out of 9 job types exceeded the previous month. The number of job postings posted on “Bightle” was approximately 176,000, an increase of 3.5% from the previous month and an increase of 24.9% from the previous year. “Bitele”: www.baitoru.com
■ Average hourly wages for large occupations (August 2019)
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■ Overview
[Nationwide]
The average hourly wage is 1,091 yen (up 19 yen from the previous month, up 48 yen from the previous year). The nationwide average hourly wage was 1,091 yen (up 19 yen from the previous month and up 48 yen from the previous year), both above the previous month and the same month last year. Compared to the same month last year, it has been surpassing for 36 consecutive months. The number of jobs for “Food & Drinking Occupations” increased in the fall and year-end and new year employment, exceeding 50,000 (up 0.3% from the previous month and up 6.7% from the same month last year).
[Type of occupation]
“Education profession” such as examination supervision / correction, cram school / tutor, etc. The average hourly wage by job type is 1,200 yen for service-related events, etc. (an increase of 34 yen compared to the previous month, an increase of 27 yen compared to the previous month). 6 out of 9 occupations increased compared to the previous month. Compared to the same month last year, it increased for all nine of nine job categories. On the other hand, “office work occupation” was 1,208 yen (a decrease of 4 yen from the previous month, an increase of 107 yen from the previous year), which was significantly higher than the same month of the previous year, but slightly decreased from the previous month.
[By area]
Sales increased in all areas both in the previous month and the previous year. The average hourly wage in the Kanto area is 1,146 yen (up 13 yen from the previous month, up 57 yen from the previous year), the average hourly wage in the Tokai area is 1,061 yen (up 30 yen from the previous month, up 41 yen from the previous year), and the average hourly wage in the Kansai area is 1,093 yen (18 yen increase from the previous month, 34 yen increase from the previous month), and the average hourly wage in the Kyushu area was 962 yen (5 yen increase from the previous month, 35 yen increase from the previous year). .
■ Topics More than 50,000 “occupation occupations” average hourly wage is 1,016 yen, up 0.5% from the previous month (up 5 yen), up 4.3% from the same month last year (up 42 yen) The average hourly wage is 1,016 yen, which is not a high hourly wage compared to the average for all occupations, but is increasing by 0.5% (5 yen increase) month-on-month and 4.3% (42 yen increase) month-on-year. A further increase is expected due to the revised minimum wage after October. In addition, due to chronic labor shortages, the adoption of autumn restaurants, such as major fast food, has been strengthened. In addition, since the Bon Festival, recruitment of restaurants such as izakaya for the year-end and New Year holidays has started in earnest. The recruitment is expected to intensify as the number of jobs increases from August. The average hourly wage for “Education occupations” is ¥ 1,377, an increase of 2.2% (up ¥ 29) from the previous month, and an increase of 3.7% (up ¥ 49) from the same month of the previous year. Among “Education occupations,” “Cram school teachers, tutors” and “Teachers, lecturers, instructors” have an average hourly wage of just under 1,400 yen, which is higher than other types of work. In addition, the “examination / correction” is also very high at an average hourly wage of 1,359 yen. The number of job offers increased by 48.4% month-on-month and 45.5% year-on-year, compared to July, when recruitment for summer courses was calm, as recruitment for hiring after September started significantly Job openings increased. There are many companies that are strengthening recruitment of housewives and husbands because they can work for a short time, and it seems that increasing the number of recruiting students as well as student lecturers has led to an increase in recruitment. The average hourly wage for construction occupations is 1,236 yen, a 2.6% decrease (33 yen decrease) from the previous month, and a 10.1% increase (113 yen increase) from the same month last year. Following the construction of facilities and hotels for the Olympics, the recruitment of architectural professions is expected to increase further due to the redevelopment of major cities, and the labor shortage continues. The number of jobs for “Construction Occupations” posted in Vitor increased 4.8% from the previous month and 122.7% from the same month last year. Under such circumstances, an increasing number of companies are strengthening the recruitment of inexperienced people as well as experienced people. In the “construction profession”, the influence of the weather is significant, and there are not a few sites that have led to business stagnation. 1. Average hourly wages by type of job (August 2019)
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2. Top 10 high-professional job rankings (August 2019)
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Company overview We are looking for job seekers and recruiting companies through the part-time job part-time job information site “Vitor”, full-time / contracted employee job information site “Bightle NEXT”, the general job information site “Harakonetto”, and the nurse recruitment service “Nursara Harako”. We aim to become a society that improves society by providing services that are highly convenient for both parties. Listed on TSE Mothers in May 2004 and on the first section of TSE in December 2013. FY2 / 19 sales were 42.1 billion yen. In 2016, “dip AI.Lab” was established. We operate Japan’s first AI specialized media “AINOW” and Japan’s first AI startup support system “AI.Accelerator”. In response to the growing labor shortage associated with the declining birthrate and aging population in Japan and the expansion of the AI ​​/ RPA market, in April 2019 a new AI / RPA division was established. However, we have started to develop and provide FAST RPA “Cobot” based on the concept of “easy and easy to install”. Company name: DIP Corporation Representative: Hideki Hamada, President and CEO Head Office: Roppongi Grand Tower 31F, 3-2-1 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo Telephone: 03-5114-1177 (representative) Established: March 1997 Capital: 1,085 million yen (as of the end of May 2019) Number of employees: 1,967 (full-time employees as of April 1, 2019) * Excluding contracts, part-time workers, and temporary employees Business description: Operation of job information websites “Bightle”, “Bightle NEXT”, “Harakonetto”, nurse change career support services, development and provision of FAST RPA “Cobot”, etc. URL: https://www.dip-net.co.jp/ What is Vitor “Bightle” is a part-time job information site that posts the largest number of job offers in Japan. In pursuit of ease of use unique to the Internet, we offer a number of industry-leading functions. “Bitele”: https://www.baitoru.com


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