Japan’s college graduates have rare luxury of too many jobs available

20 Mar 2017 13:22 | JHRS (Administrator)

Graduate recruitment in Japan looks a bit like a scene from the movie The Matrix. Hordes of students dressed in identical black suits and white shirts make the rounds of seminars, tests and interviews. Even as jobs outnumber applicants, these “Agent Smiths” still fight it out for coveted positions at big-name companies, while leaving smaller employers out in the cold.

Source: http://www.businessmirror.com.ph/

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