Categories: Sasakawa USA Blog
A slight rise in Japan’s birth rate in the past decade is no cause for celebration but instead reflects the “tempo effect” resulting from couples choosing to marry later in life, Sasakawa USA’s Director of Programs and Senior Fellow Daniel Bob said while introducing a seminar February 9 on the aging population in Japan. “That
Author: Murakami Naohisa
Categories: In-Depth with Nippon.com
While Prime Minister Abe Shinzō has promoted the slogan of creating a society where women can shine, Japan continues to struggle to bridge its gender gap. The country languishes at 101st, the lowest among advanced nations, on the World Economic Forum’s global index on gender equality.
Author: Mainichi Shimbun
Categories: Daily Japan News
In an attempt to bring more women into government work, the administration is aiming to recruit females for summer internship programs.