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24 Jun. 2012
Japanese job-hunting students dressed in suits practice... more
JAPAN-ECONOMY/JOBS
RTR343ZC
24 Jun. 2012
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese job-hunting students dressed in suits practice swapping business cards during a business manners seminar at a placement centre in Tokyo May 28, 2012. With just over nine jobs awaiting every 10 of the 381,000 students graduating and looking for work this year, and the most coveted with the likes of Toyota or Nomura even more scarce, job-hunting has become fiercely competitive. The current heads of Japan's companies are often criticised for failing to keep pace with fleet-footed foreign rivals, but most are a product of that system and there is nothing to suggest it will change any time soon. Picture taken May 28, 2012. To match Insight JAPAN-ECONOMY/JOBS REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
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