The Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology and the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry are implementing "Intensive Support for Undecided Job Hunting Students 2016" for undecided students and students who are planning to graduate in March 3 and have not decided to get a job. increase.
The contents of support include holding job interviews mainly for small and medium-sized enterprises, counseling for unemployed people at the one-stop service center for young people (commonly known as Job Cafe), and job interviews. , In order not to give up employment, the job supporters of the new graduate support Hello Work * and the employment counselors of the university will work together to call on unemployed people to use the new graduate support Hello Work by telephone.In addition, in order to reduce the psychological burden of prolonging job hunting and not being unofficially decided, students who need care can also receive psychological care by a clinical psychologist assigned to the new graduate support Hello Work.
In the intensive support in 2015, a total of 9 people used Hello Work to support new graduates (from January to the end of March 2015), and 3.3 people were decided to find employment.In addition, we will continue to provide support even after graduation, and it has been decided that 1.5 unemployed graduates will find employment (April to June 2015).
* New graduate support Hello Work is set up in 57 locations nationwide in all prefectures, providing job information, matching with small and medium-sized enterprises, and providing support such as interview guidance.
Reference: [Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare] We are implementing "Intensive Support for Unemployed Job Hunting Students 1" in collaboration with the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology and the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry so that as many students as possible can find employment by the time they graduate.