Japan's Jobs Crisis

Japan's Jobs Crisis
A third of Japanese workers are now low-paid temps, some of whom hop from one job to another and sleep at twenty-four-hour cafés because they have no money to pay rent between jobs. Japan0003.JPG Day labors gather at a laundromat in Osaka, Japan.
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