19 According to the Research Study on Young People's Employment (by Cabinet Office in July 2005), regarding the percentage of people remaining jobless for less than six months, the "job-seeking type" (among jobless people (excluding those going to school and those with a spouse), those who have expressed the intention to find a job and started job-seeking activities)) accounted for the largest percentage of 34.3%, the "non-job-seeking type" (among jobless people (excluding those going to school and those with a spouse) those who have expressed the intention to find a job but have not yet started job-seeking activities)) accounted for 24.1%, and the "not-intend type" (among jobless people (excluding those going to school and those with a spouse), those who have not expressed the intention to find a job)) accounted for 12.5%. Therefore, contrarily, among the percentage of people remaining jobless for six months or more, the "non-job-seeking type" and the "not-intend type" which are equivalent to the concept of NEET accounted for a large part.