Regarding the job offer status as of October 10, the job offer rate increased by 1 points from the time of the August survey to 8%.2.3% of the total have finished job hunting, which is a slight increase from the same period of the previous year.
The average cost of job hunting is 136,867 yen.Although it increased by about 79.0 yen from the previous year's survey, it was the second lowest amount after the previous year's lowest price.However, "transportation expenses", which account for the largest number, are declining due to changes in the seller market, IT such as online interviews, and transportation expenses provided by companies (12%), but the burden on local students is heavy. "Hokkaido" exceeds 9 yen, and "Tohoku" and "China / Shikoku" are in the 233,525 yen range.Therefore, the total cost of "Hokkaido" is 17 yen, and that of "Tohoku", "China / Shikoku" and "Kyushu / Okinawa" is in the 113,868 yen range.The lowest total amount was 275,000 yen in "Kanto".From the students, "I thought that it would cost more money than I imagined if a local student wanted to get a job at a major company. I didn't have enough money and I kept relying on my parents. It was very difficult financially." (Kyushu) Boys / total 100,000 yen), "Not only transportation expenses, but also a collection of SPI problems was expensive. In addition to suits, I also bought jackets and shirts to match office casual wear" (Kanto).・ Men / total XNUMX yen).
Regarding the cost burden, 41.9% said that they "worked the entire amount by themselves", "I had my parents give it out (do not repay it)" 48.3%, and "I borrowed it from my parents" 9.8%.The average parental burden is 82,059 yen.
reference:[Disco Corporation] Graduated from 2020 Job Hunting Survey as of October 10 (PDF)