How to acquire English skills even if you don’t want to. Chapter 1 Introduction 1-1 Encountering job-hunting university students

前話: How to acquire English skills even if you don’t want to. Chapter 1 Introduction

 I began writing this book on June 1, 2011, a year in which the employment rate for university graduates in March 2011 was 91.1%, a record low, due in large part to the Great East Japan Earthquake of March 11, 2011.

 I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to meet with the second-year and third-year students of Onomichi University as an external lecturer for the "Special Exercise Based on Management Issues" at the Career Seminar of Onomichi University in my hometown, Onomichi City on May 19, 2011.

 The Career Seminar Room is where they develop and implement programs to improve the job-hunting skills of enrolled students.

 In this lecture, I asked the students to submit their questions to me via the university's social networking service (SNS) after visiting my website and reading my blog articles. The professor in charge of the class analyzes the reports and teaches the class to improve the students' job-hunting skills.

 この本を書き始めるのが201161日です。311日の東日本大震災(The Great East Japan Earthquake)の影響も大きく、20113月の大学卒業生の就職率が91.1%と過去最低を記録した年です。




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