Some background to this story: Universities and their faculties, departments and programs fret a lot about this statistic. That is because young people who plan to attend university will flock to institutions and majors that can boast success in helping to get their students jobs when they graduate. Perhaps more students need to look closer at the stats the universities publish. For example, are their students really getting jobs that are relevant to their areas of study? This year looks to be another dismal year for job prospects, and Japanese companies seem to be getting used to making university students jump through all sorts of hoops in the recruitment process. Educators fear that recruitment is starting too early, way before the final term of the fourth or final year of study, and this is disrupting the learning and opportunities for educational experiences.
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Record low 68.8% graduating university students receive job offers+