According to a national survey by the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, 2016% of mid-sized companies and small and medium-sized enterprises are planning to hire university students scheduled to graduate in March 3, and 45.9% of them are planning to increase the number of hires from the previous year. ..Both companies planning to hire and companies increasing hiring exceeded the previous year's level, indicating that mid-sized companies and small and medium-sized enterprises are becoming more active in securing human resources.
The survey was conducted for two months in June and July, targeting business establishments with approximately 6 or less employees under the jurisdiction of Hello Work nationwide, of which 7 companies responded.According to the survey, the number of establishments that answered that they plan to hire university students who are scheduled to graduate in March 2 increased by 1,000 points from the previous year.Among the companies scheduled to hire, the number of establishments that answered that they would increase the number of hires from the previous year also increased by 3 points from the previous year.
On the other hand, 31.9% of business establishments answered that they did not plan to hire, which was 10.0 points lower than the previous year.Of the establishments that are planning to hire, 10.8% said that they would "reduce the number of hires from the previous year."It is 1.2 points less than the previous year.
Looking at the establishments that are planning to hire by employee, 29% of the employees with 54.3 or less employees and 30% with 99-47.5 employees said that they would increase the number of employees.It is clear that while establishments with 100 or more employees are in the low 40% range, micro enterprises are actively considering recruiting.
By industry, 52.4% of the establishments answered that they would increase the number of hires, 47.0% in the wholesale / retail industry, 46.1% in the manufacturing industry, and 44.9% in the medical / welfare industry.It seems that the construction industry is willing to hire new employees in anticipation of the reconstruction of the areas affected by the Great East Japan Earthquake in the Tohoku region and the increase in demand related to the Tokyo Olympics.
The 2015 new recruitment sufficiency rate of the surveyed establishments is 29% for establishments with 55.0 or less employees and 30% for 99-64.0 employees.The construction industry as a whole is 65.5%, which is a fairly low figure.Due to the labor shortage of micro enterprises and the construction industry, it is believed that the background is that they are actively hiring new employees.
Source:[Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare] Expected to recruit mid-sized companies and SMEs to university students scheduled to graduate in March 28