Nearly 6% of college students feel uneasy about their career paths after graduation, and more than 3% think that the future of society is not bright. It was clarified in "Fact-finding Survey of College Students 2016".

 The survey was conducted in December 2015, targeting university students who are monitor members of the research company Dentsu Macromill Insight, and collected responses from a total of 12 people in each grade from 1st grade to 4th grade, 500 for both men and women. ..

 According to the report, 26.9% of the respondents answered "bright" and "slightly bright" about the future brightness when they became members of society, while "not bright" and "not very bright". The total is 31.5%.The reality of vague anxiety about the future of society has become apparent.
24.2% of the respondents answered "fun" or "relatively fun" about their career paths after graduating from university. The total number of respondents who answered "anxiety" or "rather anxiety" was 57.1%, showing the anxiety of college students here as well.

 On the other hand, in college life, nearly half, 46.6%, were active in university classes, seminars, and laboratories more than five days a week.While the number of days of activity decreases with each grade, the number of days of activity in the humanities and sciences is higher in the sciences.

 Part-time jobs are more common in liberal arts students than in science. Most people answered that their average monthly income was "1 to less than 5 yen", accounting for 10%.The average monthly income was 37.6 yen, and the amount of money that could be freely used in a month was 9 yen.

 94.8% of digital devices are owned by smartphones and 75.9% are laptop computers.Smartphone owners have increased by 2012 points compared to the 26.6 survey.

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