this time of year, there is a public loan for the second half of a large company.
However, due to the corona, recruitment itself has decreased, and companies that have chosen occasional employment rather than public loans have significantly increased.
First, reporter Jeong Da-eun.
we surveyed 530 listed companies for recruitment this year, 57% of them confirmed that they would recruit new college graduates, down by 10 percentage points from last year.
Two out of five companies have reduced the number of new recruits compared to the previous year.
POSCO started recruiting new employees in the second half of the year, and sooner or later, CJ and KT are also hiring, but as the business environment becomes difficult due to Corona 19, companies are first reducing hiring.
[Jeon Young-ho/Preparatory for employment: The number of recruits dropped from three to two digits is seen in the announcement...
No matter how hard you work, the door is narrow.] The
uncertainty caused by the corona has also changed the hiring method.
This is a further expansion of'frequent hiring' to reduce hiring costs and to recruit the right talent at the right time.
Hyundai Motor Group and LG have completely abolished regular bonds and switched to regular hiring.
As a result, 39.6% of companies that are willing to hire openly and 41.4% of companies that choose to hire on a regular basis by field have reversed the rate of public loans for the first time.
[Park Young-jin/Incruit Communications Team Leader: In the face of the bad news of Corona, as a result of the economic downturn, companies are hiring rather than large-scale public loans...
Naturally, experienced careers are advantageous, and the timing of hiring is bound to be irregular.
[Lee Sang-min/Job-prepared student: A new recruit like me was in a situation where there was no place to stand.
I said,'Oh, that's good,' saying that the number of hiring is increasing.
.] As the number of
new recruits decreases and it quickly changes to regular recruitment, the second half of the year is expected to be difficult for college graduates.
(Video editing: Park Jin-hoon, VJ: Jeong Min-gu)