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【Manpower Group, Inc.】 61% of job seekers in Japan who answered that “full-time work is desirable” in the Manpower Group survey

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Manpower Group Ltd. 61% of job seekers in Japan say that full-time work is desirable Announces global candy date preference survey for 18,000 people in 24 job markets worldwide ………………………………………………………………………………………… Manpower Group, Inc. (Head Office: Yokohama City, Kanagawa Prefecture, President: Keisuke Ikeda, hereinafter referred to as “Manpower Group”) is a comprehensive human resources service from the age of 18 that constitutes the labor force population in 24 employment markets worldwide including Japan. We announced the results of the Global Candy Date preference survey conducted for 18,000 job seekers at the age of 65. 45 45% (39% in Japan) of job seekers in the world want “a way of working other than full-time work” [Image 1: https://prtimes.jp/i/9974/140/resize/d9974-140-987817-0.jpg] Current job seekers are attracted to the way they work at their convenience. About half of the job seekers in the world work full time I want a new way of working. According to the survey, 16% wanted part-time, 13% wanted contract work, 7% wanted project-based employment, and 3% wanted gig work * 1. Basically, although full-time work is still popular (see the graph on the right), in some countries, people who wish to work in the next generation have exceeded the desire for full-time work. In Uruguay Paraguay and Colombia, the percentage of those who preferred full-time work remained at 31% and 34%, respectively. On the other hand, in countries such as France (72%), the United States (70%) and Poland (70%), 7 out of 10 people still say that full-time work is better. (See Figures 1 and 2) * 1 Gigwork: A way of working in response to work ordered through the website without a long-term employment contract (eg uber etc.) 日本 Japan is the only country where temporary and short-term work is popular There is a wide variation in non-full-time working styles that job seekers in each country want. It is thought that this is due to the workforce population composition, the industrial development situation, the economic situation, and the legal and regulatory situation. In Brazil, 14% want to work part time, but 14% of job seekers also want to do gig work (the top in the target country). From this result, you can see the characteristics of the Brazilian lifestyle that full-time work does not always provide significant benefits and guarantees. In Australia, part-time popularity is overwhelmingly higher than employment on a contract or project basis, with a ratio of 1:10. At the same time, the number of jobs in the service industry, such as medical care, education, tourism and hospitality, has also increased significantly. Japan is the only country where temporary and short-term work is popular (6%). This is probably due to the recent increase in “working moms” (females who return to work after having a baby). The job model with the least hope is the seasonal job throughout the country. For companies that rely on seasonal workers, this is a challenging environment. (See Figure 2) [Image 2: https://prtimes.jp/i/9974/140/resize/d9974-140-956469-1.jpg] よ り From the survey results-The working model that job seekers should be aware of The way the company works and the way people work has changed dramatically. The choice of employment type now does not stop at full time. You can choose from contract workers, freelancers, part-time workers, seasonal workers, temporary and short-term work, and on-demand workers (gig work) who use a platform for ordering work. To create an effective workforce plan, you need to consider the way people work. ◇ Summary of the survey Survey target: 24 job market, 18-65-year-old job seekers Surveyed countries (number of answers) :. Argentina (n = 747), Australia (n = 756), Brazil (n = 753), Canada (n = 750), Central America (Guatemala, Panama, Costa Rica) (n = 742), Colombia (n = 742), Czech Republic (n = 747), France (n = 751), Germany (n = 749), India (n = 751), Italy (n = 761), Japan (n = 751), Malaysia (n = 756), Mexico (n = 755), Norway (n = 750), Paraguay Uruguay (n = 752), Peru (n = 747), Poland (n = 748), Portugal (n = 755), Singapore (n = 752) , Spain (n = 740), Sweden (n = 755), United Kingdom (n = 740), United States (n = 745) ◇ About Manpower Group The Manpower Group (NYSE: MAN) seeks jobs in 80 countries and regions around the world for nearly 70 years through the Manpower Group brands Manpower (R), Experis (R), Right Management (R), and Manpower Group Solutions (R). Provide valuable services to people, businesses and organizations. In 2018, it has been elected as one of the “most ethical companies in the world” for nine consecutive years, and it has been 17 years since Fortune Magazine was also selected as one of the “most praised companies in the world.” It was once again recognized as the most trusted and admired brand in the industry. For more information on Manpower Group activities, please visit www.manpowergroup.jp.

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