|Motivation for Attending the 13th Conference
No. 1: To meet and have network with aspiring people
No. 2: Interested in conference for women in business
Most of participant’s motivation is to meet new people and learn together.
The average age of the participants is 38.69.
Working women of all ages participants in the conference, ranging from teenage students to 80 years old. The age group predominant is 25-44.
Women comprised 93.4% of the participants while men 6.6% (among valid responses). Some participate attended with their wives or daughters.
77.1% of participants work for corporations, 9.6% are CEOs, 7.2% are freelancers and business owners, 9.9% are CEOs, 0.9% temporary staff and 0.7% are part timers. Students comprise 0.9% of the total participants.
The average annual income is 7.43 million yen.
(Classification by job category)
Average for CEOs: 9.49 million yen
Those work for corporations: 7.49 million yen
Freelancers and business owners: 5.51 million yen
Temporary staff: 2.53 million yen
Part timers: 1.57 million yen
30.5% of all participants work for foreign-owned corporations. More than half of the corporate employees work for Japanese companies.
75.2% work for companies with more than 100 employees while 47.8% work for companies with more than 1000 employees.
55.6% percent of all participants have job titles, including positions in management. 48.2% percent report that they have subordinates reporting to them. These numbers indicate that a significant portion of participants holds management positions.
47.9% are eager to move up the corporate ladder and take on more responsibility. At the same time, 25.9% say they are planning to change workplaces or start their own businesses. 17.1% say they want change jobs.
|Ratio of Married to Single Women / Children
42.4% married, 46.7% single (of them, 9.7% divorced)
39.2% of the participants has a child/children.
|Aspiring and love to study strenuously
62.5% have a four-year university degree, and 14.7% of all the participants have advanced degrees or higher.
Although 80.5% of them live in the greater Tokyo metropolitan area, the participants came from all over Japan.
Over 64.2% of the participants use English at work and/or say they are conversant in English.