|Title||Supplementary Results of the Economically Active Population Survey for the Young Population in May 2022|
□ In May 2022, the young population aged 15 to 29 totaled 8.595 million persons, which decreased by 204 thousand persons (-2.3%)
compared to May 2021.
□ It took 4 years and 3.7 months on average to graduate from a university (including a 2-year or 3-year college), which grew by 0.3 month
year-on-year. 46.6% of graduates of a university (including a 2-year or 3-year college) had taken time off from a university (including a
2-year or 3-year college), dropping by 1.5%p year-on-year.
□ The young population with job experience at school or during time off from school stood at 44.3%, which fell by 0.3%p year-on-year. The
share of the female population with employment experience (47.3%) was higher than that of the male population with employment
□ The young population with employment experience after graduation or dropout stood at 87.8%, which grew by 1.6%p year-on-year.
□ It took 10.8 months on average to get the first job as a wage worker, which increased by 0.7 month year-on-year.
□ 16.9% of the economically inactive young population prepared for employment exams, dropping by 2.2%p year-on-year.
※ For more information, refer to the attached file.