Instructor support program for communication education

Current Students


For seven years running, communication skills have been cited as the most important factor in employment.
According to a survey conducted by the Japan Federation of Economic Organizations, members of the organization chose communication skills as the most important element. Instructed to choose 5 out of 25 items they focused on when recruiting new staff, the percent of the companies choosing communication skill was 81.6%, an increase of 5% over the previous year.

The point of having thought as important(Multiple answers )

Transition of the higher rank of "the element thought as important at the time of selection"

Data: Japanese Business Federation "questionnaire about hiring of new graduates" (the question concerned is the investigation start from the 2000 fiscal year)
* Answer five points of having thought as important, from 25 items. The rate which chose the item among all the reply companies is shown.