There are really many people in the share house, but the following are the most common (there are many others).
- Very ordinary member of society (company employee) * Most majority *
- A member of society who is working as a sole proprietor at SOHO etc.
- Working adults with overseas residence experience
- Foreign students from Europe, America and Asia
- Foreigners staying for a short period of months or years for tourism or business purposes
- People who studying English
Basically, single members of society are the overwhelming majority of residents. Job types and industries are quite different, and there seems to be no such bias.
In addition, for SOHO, rather than continuing to work alone, a share house where you can change your mood by interacting with other residents once you leave the room may be a good match.
The relatively large number of working people who have lived abroad seems to be because room sharing and share house are widely used in Europe and the United States, and there are many people who have no resistance to moving in from the beginning.
It seems that there are some people who have the impression that there are rarely many men and that there are many students, but in fact, about 50 to 60% of residents in share houses are often women. Apparently, it seems that women generally have less resistance to sharing.
At present, there are very few Japanese students or foreign students. It ’s still a minor way of living, so parents may not want to enter. There are issues related to the sense of life and life time, etc., and there are cases where the management company’s occupancy screening is difficult to manage.However, J&S HOUSE will give more people a taste of the fun life of a share house based on this situation.