The active job openings-to-applicants ratio in June was 1.11 times, and the movement to find a job by logging out in Corona

Active job openings-to-applicants ratio 1.11 times in June The movement to find a job out of work in Corona July 31 8:32

The active job openings-to-applicants ratio, which shows how many job openings there are from companies for each person seeking a job, was 1.11 times higher than the previous month, down 0.09 percentage points from the previous month. The Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare analyzes that “the emergency declaration has dawned, and there is a movement to find a job, such as people who have lost their jobs due to the effects of the virus.”
According to the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare, the active job openings-to-applicants ratio in June increased by 1.11 times, excluding seasonal factors, down 0.09 percentage points from the previous month and below the previous month for the sixth consecutive month.

In June, the declaration of a state of emergency was lifted nationwide and economic activity resumed in earnest, but new job openings from companies declined by 18.3% for the sixth consecutive month, down from the same month in the previous year.

By industry, the decline has increased in the lifestyle-related services, entertainment, manufacturing, lodging, and food and beverage service industries.

On the other hand, the number of new people looking for a job increased by 16.5% for the first time in six months, up from the same month in the previous year.

By prefecture, fukui prefecture was 1.53 times the highest, followed by Okayama 1.5 times and Hiroshima 1.43 times.
On the other hand, the lowest was 0.68 times in Okinawa Prefecture, followed by Shiga Prefecture by 0.83 times and Kanagawa Prefecture by 0.85 times, which is one-fold for 11 roads and prefectures.

The Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare said, “After the declaration of an emergency, there has been a movement to find jobs in people who have lost their jobs due to the virus. We need to keep an eye on the effects of the new coronavirus.”