Slow pace of new visa program doesn't bode well for success

28 Oct 2018 11:49 | JHRS (Administrator)

Only two fourth-generation people of Japanese ancestry living overseas have been granted permission to work in Japan since the government began accepting applications under a new visa program in late March to help solve a chronic labor shortage.


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