The Japan Student Services Organization (JASSO) has announced the results of the "2014 Student Life Survey" for undergraduate, junior college, and graduate students.

 The "Student Life Survey" is a biennial survey aimed at obtaining basic materials for enhancing student life support projects by grasping the student life situation such as the student's financial situation and living time. .. The 2014 survey targeted 293 students extracted from 4,376 students nationwide, and summarized valid responses with a recovery rate of 9% and 9,842.The survey period is November 46.2.

 According to the survey, the student living expenses (tuition and living expenses) of the university faculty decreased by 2012% to 188 yen in 100 from the previous survey of 2014 yen in 186.It was found that the amount of income decreased by 2,100% from 1.0 yen in 2012 to 199 yen in 7,300.The ratio of each item to the amount of income was 2014% for household benefits, 197% for scholarships, and 1,400% for part-time jobs, showing no significant change compared to the 1.3 survey.

 The status of scholarships is 51.3% for undergraduates, 52.9% for junior colleges, 55.4% for graduate masters, 62.7% for graduate doctors, and 51.8% for graduate professional degrees, all of which are lower than in 2012. The current situation is that the number of people exceeds 5%.Regarding students' anxieties and worries, "I'm worried about whether I can go to the desired place of employment or advancement" was the highest, with 69.9% for university undergraduates, 60.0% for junior colleges, 49.6% for graduate school master's programs, and graduate school doctoral programs and graduate professional degrees. Each course is 51.1%.Detailed survey results are posted on the Japan Student Services Organization website.

Reference: [Japan Student Services Organization] Publication of the results of the "26 Student Life Survey"

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