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Differences of Job-Change between Public and Private Employment Service (in Japanese)

Toru Kobayashi and Masahiro Abe ()

Economic Analysis, 2014, vol. 188, 95-117

Abstract: The purpose of this paper is making the difference between Job-Changes handled by Public Employment Service and that handled by Private one clear by analyzing the data of Working Person Survey. Specifically, we note that whether features of individual characteristics and outcomes of Job-Change which contain changes of income, industry, occupation and firm-size are different. With results of analyses, we obtained mainly three findings as follows. First, the individual characteristic of those who is searching new job by Public Employment-service is obscure. Nevertheless, people who had changed their job by Public Employment-service are limited with specific characteristics which are less-education, less-income, and more aged. In contrast to this, people who are searching new job by Private Employment services and had changed their job by Private Employment-service are limited with specific characteristics which are younger and higher-education.Second, Job-change with using Public Employment-service causes industrial and occupational change more frequently than with using Private Employment-service. In addition, in the case of changing by Private Employment-service, possibility of changing to bigger firm was noticeably significant. Contrary with Public Employment-service, Firm-size slightly became smaller.Finally, Job-Change by Private Employment-service makes income mostly higher, but by Public Employment-service income likely to become smaller. This finding isn’t different from what previous papers stressed. Although the new finding from our analysis is that if firm-size is same before and after the Job-Change, the income-effect of both Public and Private Employment-service are not found clearly.

Date: 2014
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