Share part-time employees future work outlook Japan 2016, by age

The statistic depicts the share of part-time employees' desired future work life in Japan in 2016, sorted by age group. In the period examined, around 56.5 percent of part-time employees aged between 20 and 24 years wanted to become a regular worker, whereas around 32.5 of the age group said they wanted to continue a part-time job.

Share of part-time employees' desired future work life in Japan in 2016, by age group

Want to become a regular workerWant to continue a part-time job
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Source

Release date

February 2018

Region

Japan

Survey time period

2016

Supplementary notes

This statistic is based on a survey. The source does not provide further information on the survey characteristics.

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