Survey: Japanese grads experience tougher job market

05/25/2009 | Asahi Shimbun (Japan), The

A survey shows the number of Japanese students receiving job offers before graduating from college has decreased for the first time in nearly a decade, though the number is still high. The survey conducted by the labor and education ministries shows that 95.7% of students looking for employment were offered jobs before graduation.

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