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Shuukatsu!! - Kimi ni Naitei  
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From Aerandria Scans:

Life isnít sweet... Asaoka Yuuri, a senior in university, has failed for the 49th time in job hunting. During an exam at the 50th company, which should be a commemoration for her, she came to know Manabe Ryouji, a famous guy at her university. The first impression was horrible. But what will happen to Yuuri, who started to be attracted to Manabe, who looks cool and can do everything to the point that itís annoying...?!


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Associated Names
シューカツ!! ~キミに内定~
Job Hunting~Tentative Job Offer
Shuukatsu!! ~Kimi ni Naitei~

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Latest Release(s)
v.2 c.6-10 (end) by Aerandria Scans over 9 years ago
v.1 c.1-5 by Aerandria Scans over 9 years ago
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2 Volumes (Complete)

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Average: 8.5 / 10.0 (850 votes)
Bayesian Average: 8.43 / 10.0
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January 2nd 2017, 3:51am PST



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I can relate   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by kujika
November 28th, 2008, 6:02am
I can really relate to the heroine, since I'm often told my ideas are interesting, but every time I have to be part of a discussion I get so nervous I stutter or speak too low.
She's funny too xD Clumsy and not very self-confident which leads to many hilarious scenes.
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I really like this one   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by may2fritz
May 25th, 2015, 7:10pm
I'm not going to review the manga, but I do want to say, in response to some comments below, that I do not think that the MC is a weak crybaby. While she does cry a lot in the manga, I think she has a good reasons for it. And when she does behave weakly or cry, she acknowledges it and seeks to move on with a more positive attitude, something which takes strength of character.

As for the good reasons she has to cry frequently:

The first reason is that she is insecure in her identity (which develops as the manga continues) and doesn't know what she wants from life. She feels inferior to others because of it. A lack of confidence can be very stressful.

The second reason is that she has failed a HUGE number of times at job interviews. I think (?) some commenter mentioned that she didn't fail enough to justify feeling sad about it, but I would personally be very discouraged if I was unsuccessful at 50--yes fifty job interviews, for goodness' sake.

The third reason is brought up in Volume 2, Chapter 8 where she apologizes to someone
Spoiler (mouse over to view)
the ex girlfriend
for crying, "I'm sorry, but I'm not very emotionally stable right now." And the girl she is talking to responds (to paraphrase): ", I felt the same way when I was a senior." It's a stressful time of life (not only, as mentioned in the point above because of job interviews, but because of the prospect of entering the "real world" as an adult.)

The fourth reason is that she loves a guy that she does not think could possibly love her. Unrequited love can be very painful.

And the fifth reason is simply that I think she is a sensitive person, which can be a lovely trait. (The fact that she is so moved by children's books tells me this as well as the fact that she is a literature major). Also, she loves the MC so much that she cries about it. I think that's beautiful.

This comment is probably too lengthy, but I felt the need to post it because I really like this manga and would hate for anyone to skip it because they think the lead might be annoying (and she isn't, to me anyway).

... Last updated on May 25th, 2015, 7:19pm
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What a crybaby!   
Rating: 6.0 / 10.0
by Eitoku
April 18th, 2013, 8:32pm
This story would have been awesome if the female lead doesn't cry in every freaking chapter. I mean, I don't mind some weakness but constant weakness gets on my nerves! Sad? She cries. Happy? She cries. Jealous? She cries. Goddamit woman, get some freaking backbone!

... Last updated on September 1st, 2014, 7:06pm
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I really love this one...   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by elliemoran
July 15th, 2012, 10:40pm
I've re-read this particular manga more than any other josei, and while I can't say exactly what it is about this one that gets to me, I just know it always leaves such a sweet feeling behind..

I always admire Yoshino Aki's ability to show character through her drawings. Ryouji's firm self-confidence is just as clear in the way he stands, sits, and his facial expressions, as in what he says. And on top of that the author has also given him a good sense of humour (including the ability to be amused at himself), and hints of an almost old-world code of gentlemanly behaviour.

The heroine does cry often, but I never found her annoying. She starts out by acknowledging her own inferiority complex, and is aware that she is the cause of her own problems - and by the end of the manga manages to strengthen her own backbone, and become confident in herself.

So I like it, and I hope others will give it a shot, at least.
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I would rate this as an 11+   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by hobbitelf518
September 1st, 2010, 1:03am
I really liked this story... most likely because I can relate to the heroine (I'm looking for a job myself and wondering if I'm making the correct career choice). Even though it's only 2 volumes (10 chapters), I thought that there was quite a bit of character development in comparison to 60+chapter manga. It's a sweet short read that leaves you satisfied.

... Last updated on September 1st, 2010, 1:04am
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Adorable read & finally a true campus feel!   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by Yankee-chan
May 24th, 2014, 11:03am
Yes, it's one of my favs, so maybe I might be a little soft on this Manga, but - It's a rare one. Let's start off with the drawing style of YOSHINO Aki. It's a simple style, but having it's charming points in the soft facial expressions and clear designs. The backgrounds are matching, not captivating too much of the readers attention and the panels are placed in a comfortable way.

This being said, the storyline is catchy & not too far from reality. Considering how few stories are set on campus & bringing in graduate students, it's a rare gem for rather "mature readers" (Maybe being in the same situation or remembering it, etc.). One can easily relate to the feelings of seniors in university, which have trouble to focus on job hunting and taking the next steps in life, while there are still the lingering feelings of a student coming up. It's interesting to see, how the situations bring development and still finish up, what the author has started before.

The characters are charming, having their quirks and keep on showing even their weak points (e.g. the female leads crybaby nature or the male leads decisive nature). They are realistic, not too tacky clinging on their emotions and losing interest in the developments of their work life ahead. That's nice to see, so - For me this is a story to spend some quality time with & even to re-read once in a while. ^^

... Last updated on May 24th, 2014, 11:06am
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A Nice Feeling.   
Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
by P_O_C_K_Y
June 17th, 2013, 6:02pm
This manga was a breath of fresh air. I really think I'm graduating from shoujo to josei because these types of mangas just leave me with a nice, cozy, satisfied feeling.

Yuuri is such a great heroine. Sure, she's a bit clumsy, whiny and has those shoujo-type characteristics, but she has has redeeming qualities as well. What I love most about her is how she grows which you probably won't realize until Manabe points it out and you think "wow, she really has changed." It was very subtle, but amazingly executed. She becomes an amazing girl.

I also love love LOVE Manabe. He's the ideal guy! He's smart, competent, popular, realistic, a bit of a tease, but kind. He's not a playboy, he's clearly always liked Yuuri (I love how he's so captivated by her), he watches over her, shows her a little tough love, but is always there when she needs someone to pick her up after she falls.

He's brilliant and I think he and Yuuri have a top future ahead. They're a perfect duo! I am curious as to what HE really wanted in life, but I'm sure he'll figure it out and Yuuri will be there at his side.
Truly an awesome and quick read. There needs to be more stories like this. Not too much drama, not over-dramatic, not tons of bickering and acting like the world is going to end. Nothing over the top and soap opera-ish.

A simple slice of life with some refreshing romance is a recipe for a great manga. And I think this one nailed it biggrin

... Last updated on June 17th, 2013, 6:06pm
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same here!!!   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by Maik0
November 27th, 2011, 10:50am
I honestly have no graspable idea of why I loved this so much that I have yet to find a manga comparable to the feeling it left me when I finished.
i have the same feelings, the plot was ok maybe a bit cliched but the feeling was incomparable smile , i just adore this mangaka
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Great !!!!!!   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by voices-
October 7th, 2010, 1:34am
I like this series a lot! I was smiling while reading this. It's really enjoyable reading this. It's sweet and refreshing! It just makes you go "aww"~! Enjoyed every part of the manga. smile
Seriously, I love it! <3<3
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Try it!   
Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
by Hanjae
January 10th, 2009, 2:30am
I didn't think I'd be interested in this when I glanced at the description, but I found it a surprisingly good read. Manabe and Yuuri was a really adorable couple, and I liked the repeating symbol of the bullet train that was used throughout the story. There's nothing better than well-fleshed out characters and a fully developed story that is neatly tied up at the end, and this is one of those. Skuukatsu!! leaves you satisfied and touched at the determination and enthusiasm Yuuri holds for her job; the message it has for everyone as job-seekers or those worried about their futures after graduation is particularly meaningful. Lovely read, don't miss it!
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