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[IWS] JILPT (JAPAN): RECENT STATISTICAL SURVEY REPORTS--January 2015 [12 February 2015]

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Japan Institute for Labour Policy and Training (JILPT)

JILPT Statistical Information
RECENT STATISTICAL SURVEY REPORTS--January 2015 [12 February 2015]
[Saturday, December 27 – Wednesday, February 4]
or
[full-text, 5 pages]

includes
Survey on Situation of Preliminary Job Offers for New Graduate (Senior and Junior High School) (End of November, 2014)
Survey on Situation of Preliminary Job Offers for New Graduate in Mar.2015(University, etc.) (December 1, 2014)
Trend in Unemployment Rate and Ratio of Active Job Openings to Applicants (seasonally adjusted)

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