Nagase Beautyca recently revealed the results of a survey of working women's attitudes toward Gaman. The survey was conducted online on February 21-23, targeting 500 working women in their 20s and 60s nationwide.
When asked if they would be aware that they are gaman, about 80% answered "Yes" or "Well." By age group, the highest percentage of people in their 20s who were aware that they were doing something was the highest, at 60%, and those in their 60s had the lowest, at about 30%.
When asked what they usually do, they found that the most common response was "I don't want to do the job" (46.2%), followed by "Get up early" (46.0%) and "Salary amount" (44.7%) .
When asked what they do to eat and drink, the most common answer was "I don't eat out if possible" (39.6%). Next were "I don't want to go to a convenience store" (34.9%), "I don't stock snacks and sweets" and "Minimize food shopping" (33.8% each).
When asked about how much time they spend on average during the day, the most frequent response was "less than one hour" (34.6%), and the second most frequent response was "more than one hour to less than two hours" (20.9%) was. Comparing the average hours by age, the longest time spent in Gaman was 3.7 hours in their 40s, then 3.0 hours in their 20s, and the shortest was 2.1 hours in their 60s.
When I asked her about her awareness of Gaman in five levels, 33.8% of the respondents were in the middle of feelings "I absolutely need Gaman" and "I really don't want Gaman", with 33.8% the most, "I want Gaman." "4" and "5", which are close to "not", were 43.5%.
A comparison of the generations shows that those in their twenties tended to "necessarily need Gaman" and "do not want Gaman in their hearts", both higher than average, indicating that their consciousness is polarized. In their 50s, the highest level of awareness was "I don't want to do this", with "5" being nearly 10% more than the average.
When asked how Gaman would change their "personality", 55.1% answered, "I think I lose a lot of myself" and "I think I lose a little of myself." It is slightly more than "no change" (39.5%). By age group, those in their 40s and 50s who answered that there was no particular change were higher than the overall average.
When asked if they had quit Gaman recently, 76% answered "no" and 24% said "yes." When asked what stopped Gaman, the most frequent response was "eating and dieting" (28 people), followed by "personalization" (16 people).
When asked what they think is necessary to avoid gaman, the most common response was "do not accumulate stress or dissatisfaction" (53.6%), followed by "think positively" (42.1%), and "give up" (40.9%).
When asked if they could quit Gaman, what percentage of each would be fun at work and at private, averaged 38.5% at work and 44.3% at private.
When asked how to cope with stress, the most frequent respondents were "eat and drink" (49.7%), followed by "sleep and rest" (45.6%), and "chat with friends" I consulted with people. "(45.4%)