The 3th 5st Century Longitudinal Survey of Births (6) conducted by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology revealed that 18% of boys and more than 21% of girls in the third year of high school have a profession that they want to get in the future. rice field.Compared to the answers given in the third year of junior high school, the percentage of occupations that suit one's interests has decreased, and there is a slight increase in stability consciousness, such as no fear of unemployment.
According to the survey, the percentage of those who study for 3 hours or more on holidays was the highest ever at 36.4%, while the number of those who did not "do" increased slightly from the previous survey (30 survey, 17 years old). It was the highest at 30.3%, and it was found that it was polarized.The situation of study time differs greatly depending on the career desire, and among those who are thinking of going on to university or graduate school, the percentage of those who study for XNUMX hours or more has increased significantly from the previous time, but those with other career paths Then, the percentage of those who "do not" is increasing.
Regarding future career paths, 51.1% of boys and 53.9% of girls answered that they would work after graduating from university, which was the most common.55.7% of boys and 67.3% of girls have a fixed profession.24.2% of boys and 39.7% of girls answered that they wanted a "professional / technical job", which was the highest number.
The most common reason for wanting to get a job was "because it suits my interests and tastes", accounting for 63.8% of boys and 72.8% of girls, but 3% of boys and girls answered so when they were in the third year of junior high school. Compared to 73.3%, it has decreased a little.
On the contrary, the increase was seen "because there is no fear of unemployment", and 3% of boys in the third grade of junior high school increased to 13.0%, and 16.6% of girls increased to 13.4%.It seems that the stability consciousness is looking into the face as he is about to go on to university.
The ratio of first-choice destinations for higher education was higher in the order of private universities, national and public universities, vocational schools, junior colleges and colleges of technology.By gender, private universities and national and public universities have a large proportion of boys, vocational schools, and junior colleges and colleges of technology have a large proportion of female applicants.
reference:[Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology] Results of the 18th Longitudinal Survey of Births in the 21st Century (Births in 13) (PDF)