Nowadays, the number of women who continue to work on the front lines is increasing as women advance into society, such as continuing to work after marriage and childbirth. With the advancement of women into society, more and more women are thinking about changing jobs in search of a better working environment. I think women’s anxieties and doubts about changing jobs are different from those of men. These days, I rarely hear the word leaving the company. Women are increasingly continuing to work after they get married. It seems that changing jobs will never be at a disadvantage if you are married. If you indicate that you cannot work overtime because you want to prioritize your family as a working condition, you will be disadvantaged in changing jobs. Isn’t it important to appeal your intention to work properly as a full-time employee? In the case of a woman changing jobs, having children is a disadvantage, and it depends on the ability of the person from the beginning unless conditions such as not being able to work overtime are set. A woman’s job change may be unexpectedly influenced by whether or not there is material that the company can feel at ease, such as parents supporting childcare, a facility to leave children nearby, and a track record of working while raising children. Maybe. It is undeniable that there are various anxieties when women change jobs, such as at home, raising children, and getting married in the future. However, I think it is absolutely impossible to solve them one by one and succeed in changing jobs.