Japan Handle

“When the coronavirus hit Japan, Mari Nagata, a single mother who works in a restaurant, had a lot of worries. Her children’s school closed, and she feared what would happen to them if she got sick. But there was one thing that Ms. Nagata, unlike millions of service industry workers in the United States, did not fret about: her job security.” NYT: Why Japan’s Jobless Rate Is Just 2.6% While the U.S.’s Has Soared.

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