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Posted on Monday, October 24 @ 13:58:26 PST by

Business services company Riskmonster and RJC Research polled 500 men and women from 20 to 64 years old in Japan about which companies that wish their spouses to work for. Results for the poll, conducted online from September 10 to September 12, shows that Japanese female students want spouses from Nintendo.

The overall winners of the poll were Panasonic, Toyota, Sony, and NTT Docomo, as an employee from those companies seemed "to hold a steady job", had "future prospects", and the "pay is good".

Female Students

Rank Company Score
1 Nintendo 36.0
2 Sony 34.0
3 Toyota Motor 30.0
3 Sharp 30.0
5 Toshiba 28.0
6 NTT Docomo 26.0
6 Toto 26.0
8 Rakuten 24.0
9 NEC 22.0
9 Panasonic 22.0

Male Students

Rank Company Score
1 NTT Docomo 22.0
1 Mizuho Bank 22.0
3 Sony 20.0
3 Mitsui Sumitomo Banking 20.0
3 NTT Japan 20.0
3 UNIQLO 20.0
7 NEC 18.0
7 Toyota Motor 18.0
7 Fujitsu 18.0
7 Mitsubishi Tokyo UFJ Bank 18.0

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