Corona influences job hunting Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Long-term recruitment request Sunday debate October 18, 11:52
Regarding measures against the new coronavirus, Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Hagita announced in NHK's "Sunday Debate" that he would request the business community to hire for a long time in order to reduce the impact on student job hunting.
Among them, Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Hagita commented on the impact of the spread of the new coronavirus on student job hunting, saying, "The actual situation is that the hiring of desired industries and companies has become extremely compressed or zero. There is. I want to make an effort not to call it the employment glacial period again in the whole government. "
After that, "I would like to ask the Minister of Health, Labor and Welfare to go around the business world and make rules for long-term recruitment for students who graduate from the corona sickness. There are two or three long-term employment opportunities. I will make things that are frequent. "
In addition, Minister Hagiuda said about cash benefits for students whose lives are difficult due to the spread of infection, "There was a big achievement in terms of saving students. However, this is a hand-over, and the situation has not changed. There is also. I would like to create a menu of additional support that the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology needs, "he said.