According to a survey conducted by the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare through Hello Work, etc., the number of people who lost their jobs due to the effects of the new coronavirus is about 78,000, which is close to 80,000.
It seems that more people have lost their jobs, and the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare is providing support for reemployment.
The Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare is investigating cases in which companies that have deteriorated in business performance due to the spread of the new coronavirus have been dismissed or have been "stopped hiring" without renewing their contracts.
According to this, the number of people who lost their jobs due to dismissal or "stop hiring" from the end of January to December 21 is 78,153 including the prospect, which is close to 80,000. understood.
Since the number of people can be grasped by Hello Work nationwide, it seems that the number of people who have lost their jobs is actually even higher.
The number of people who lost their jobs due to the new coronavirus exceeded 10,000 on May 21, 50,000 on August 31, and 70,000 on November 6.
Looking at the data as of December 18 by industry, the manufacturing industry has 15,672 people, the restaurant industry has 10,935 people, the retail industry has 10,384 people, the accommodation industry has 9,605 people, and the worker dispatching industry has 5084 people. And so on.
By prefecture, Tokyo has 19,005 people, Osaka has 6,581 people, Aichi has 4,336 people, and Kanagawa has 3,403 people.
From May 25th to December 18th, the number of non-regular employees such as part-time workers and part-time workers who lost their jobs due to the new coronavirus is 37,460 including the expected number.
The Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare is actively utilizing national employment adjustment subsidies, etc., to encourage companies to maintain employment and to support reemployment.