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Japan’s employment environment continued to deteriorate in July
Tokyo, September 1 (Reporter Liu Chunyan) According to data released by the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications of Japan on the 1st,Japan’s unemployment rate rose slightly in July.Simultaneously,The effective employment rate in Japan in July announced by the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare continued to decline.Both data indicate that the employment environment in Japan is deteriorating.
The survey results released by the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications on the same day showed thatAfter seasonal adjustment,In July, Japan’s complete unemployment rate rose by 0 from the previous month.1 percentage point to 2.9%.That month,The number of completely unemployed increased by 410,000 to 1.97 million year-on-year.It has increased year-on-year for 6 consecutive months.
According to data released by the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare that day,In July, Japan’s effective job offer rate dropped another 0 month-on-month.03 o’clock to 1.08 times,The lowest level in more than 6 years.The effective job-seeking ratio refers to the ratio of the number of labor market demand to the number of job-seekers,The continued decline in this number means that the number of recruits has decreased and the number of job seekers has increased.since this year,Affected by the epidemic,Japan’s employment environment continues to deteriorate,Effective recruitment magnification enters the rapid decline channel.
Experts said,Compared with countries such as the United States, where the number of unemployed people has soaredJapan’s unemployment rate does not seem to have changed much,This aspect is due to the long-term shortage of Japanese labor market.On the other hand, it is also related to factors such as the massive use of informal employees by Japanese companies.During the epidemic,Most Japanese companies avoid layoffs by suspending hiring informal employees or letting employees “leave their jobs”.