Raising Wages in Japan Is Making Part-Timers Work Less

Over the last 10 years, Japan’s 14 million part-time workers cut their working hours by more than 6 percent. They now work about 4.5 hours a day.
That’s a blow to a country that’s struggling with a declining population, and to a government seeking to increase people’s take-home pay and to p…

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Over the last 10 years, Japan’s 14 million part-time workers cut their working hours by more than 6 percent. They now work about 4.5 hours a day.
That’s a blow to a country that’s struggling with a declining population, and to a government seeking to increase people’s take-home pay and to p…

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