Working women of all ages participants in the conference, ranging from teenage students to 70s. The age group predominant is 25-44.
Women comprised 95% of the participants while men 5% (among valid responses). Some participate attended with their wives or daughters.
Approximately 92.3% of the participants hold jobs. Among them, 69.0% work for corporations, 11.0% are freelancers and business owners, 7.9% are CEOs, 2.2% temporary staff and 1.6% part timers. Students comprise 1.6% of the total participants.
6.44 million yen
(Classification by job category)
Average for CEOs: 8.70 million yen
Those work for corporations: 6.16 million yen
Freelancers and business owners: 5.68 million yen
Temporary staff: 3.33 million yen
Part timers: 2.15 million yen
20.6% of all participants work for foreign-owned corporations. More than half of the corporate employees work for Japanese companies.
61.7% work for companies with more than 100 employees while 38.1% work for companies with more than 1000 employees.
48.7% percent of all participants have job titles, including positions in management. 43.7% percent report that they have subordinates reporting to them. These numbers indicate that a significant portion of participants holds management positions.
42.0% are eager to move up the corporate ladder and take on more responsibility. At the same time, 12.6% say they are planning to change workplaces or start their own businesses. 10.2% say they want change jobs.
|Ratio of Married to Single Women
41.1% married, 51.8% single (of them, 6.3% divorced)
57.8% have a four-year university degree or higher, and 12.9% of all the participants have advanced degrees.
Although 77.4% of them live in the greater Tokyo metropolitan area, the participants came from all over Japan.
Over 62.3% of the participants use English at work and/or say they are conversant in English.
99.1% percent of all participants use a computer either at home or at work.