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High school graduate job situation getting worse

Date Posted: 1999-03-14

The Public Employment Division of the Okinawa Prefecture Government announced Thursday the results of its survey on the job prospects of new high school graduates.

According to the survey, 53.6 percent of this year's high school graduates had a regular job secured as of January. That is a 5.3 percentage point decrease from the last year. High school students in Japan graduate at the beginning of March.

In the case of college and university graduates who graduate at the same time, 37.8 percent had a secured job, a 0.4 percent increase. According to the survey, most of the graduates from universities and colleges have not made up their mind whether they continue to a graduate school or just get a job. As for the high school graduates, the number of students who decided to get a job instead of going to a college or university increased, and almost 70 % of those who searched for a job in mainland were successful.

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