Hyogo Mita City will hire the “working ice age” as a regular employee on September 12 at 16:24
Mita City, Hyogo Prefecture has decided to hire regular staff for the so-called “working ice age” generation. The neighboring Takarazuka City is working on recruitment for this generation, and support is beginning to spread.
Mita City has decided to recruit regular employees who are limited to this generation in order to support the employment of the “working ice age” generation, where the employment situation of new graduates was particularly severe.
The subjects are those who graduated from April 2, 1974 to April 1, 1984, and who are more than high school graduates. We will announce the application guidelines and start accepting applications in mid-November.
After December, we will conduct writing and interview tests, and we will hire hires in January next year and have them work as staff from April.
The recruitment of staff for the “Employment Ice Age” generation has more than 1800 applications for Takarazuka City next to Mita City, and the mayor of Takarazuka is also serving local municipalities and local companies. I was requesting employment.
Mita City's Mayor Tetsuo Mori says, “There are many people who are motivated even though they were unable to find jobs during the ice age. I would like Mita City to contribute because I want you to try again.”